Four of us stopped in at Olympia, a Greek restaurant we've visited for a number of years, but had not been in lately. We tried an appetizer of red pepper spread, which none of us liked - it tasted as if half of a red pepper was put into a blender and poured onto a teacup plate. Very bland and the taste was only that of red pepper, no other seasoning. At $8.50 this was ludicrously priced. Better were our entrees - two had deluxe gyros (the deluxe being added lettuce and feta cheese; at +$2 over the regular gyro a bit expensive). One had the same gyro but in a Greek salad; our fourth had lamb kabob. The gyro meat was very tasty and tender - some places overcook or re-heat the meat, making it tough, but this tasted fresh. The lamb was also very tender and fresh. The gyros were an average sized serving; the lamb a bit less so with too much onion; the gyro salad was huge and there were leftovers to take home. The place was jammed this Monday night, perhaps because it was the night before Christmas Eve, not sure why so crowded and loud. Servers were overtaxed, but we received good service. A pleasant experience, not anything too exciting, but fairly good quality food.
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