I love Greek food and I didn't have super high expectations as other restaurants I had been to in Greek town had been fine but ordinary. I would have been happy with fine but ordinary. Our friends like the place and made the reservations for a busy Sunday. We arrived at 5:30 after a concert for our 6 pm reservation and they were able to seat us which we appreciated.
Then the fun began. To me, Greek food means lamb and they had several good looking lamb dishes on the menu including a lamp special. Although it was only 5:30 ALL of the dishes we wanted were in the 'we have run out of that' category. The waiter kept pushing kabobs on us -- a dish that is reliably dry in my experience. We finally got a whole fish that was excellent but none of the other main dishes we wanted were available. No lamb in a Greek restaurant on a day when they had a full house with reservations and still early in the evening. We ended up ordering soup and a couple of extra appetizers and giving up on the main courses besides the very nicely done fish.
When we got in the cab the cabbie said 'oh yeah, people are always saying they are out of food when I pick up there.'
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