Good souvlaki, 2 marinated skewers and 2 sides $10.50. I had the classical Gyro. Ehh, I've had better at Santorini in Deland. Ditto for the lemon potatoes. One exception was the Avgolemono chicken, rice, with lemon soup. It was excellent! Greek Village serves the classic Greek cuisine you are familiar with like Moussaka, Pastichio, and Spanikopita. All are about in the $10-$15 range. Disappointed in the baklava because it lacked more walnuts and did not seem too fresh; but the kourabiedes were probably the best Ive ever eaten. We ordered 3 to take home at $1.25 each. They were probably fresh preserved by being smothered in a heaping amount of confectioner's powdered sugar.
The decor reminded me of a pizza parlor with some pictures of the classical whitest of whites domed buildings clinging to the cliffs contrasted with the lapis blue of the sea.
I wouldn't hurry to get back
here. I really can't see why this got rated #1 in Lake Mary on TripAdvisor. I did enjoy the Greek background music. Service was average and pleasant. Try the Saganaki which comes flambe'd to the table. Then you"ll know why this review is entitled, "Opa!"
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