Ate here yesterday with my partner for a late lunch around 2pm at their new building in Tagaytay. You can spot the white building easily as they are right next to the huge Cityland condo development.
The menu is a clear book with a mishmash of sheets talking about Greek food, ingredients, and history, with the last few pages used as a menu. We noticed that most of their dishes are quite pricey (entrees range from P320 to P590) and we were not prepared to spend that much for a simple lunch. So we just ordered their cabbage salad, chicken shawarma, and macaroni with keema and waited a reasonable amount of time for our orders to arrive. The restaurant was empty except for us, and we were seated next to the window where it was bright.
The cabbage salad is a mix of finely shredded lettuce, carrots, chunks of feta and unpitted olives. It seemed to have some vinaigrette already so I jist added a bit more. This is only good for 1 hungry person and nothing great for P140. The chicken shawarma though, was delicious. Although the pita was on the thick side (you have to really bite hard to rip it off) the chicken was perfectly cooked and seasoned. With the strips of tomato and enough yogurt dressing, it really hit the spot. The macaroni with keema though, just turned out to be plain old spaghetti.
Service was not too great, there seemed to be no one on the floor waiting on us and we would have to yell or stand to get someone to assist. But the wait staff were nice enough. All in all would be back only for the shawarma.
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