I figured that a restaurant that was in the dining guide in my would at least be worth the time. No so in this case. While the atmosphere and service was very good the overall quality of the food was less than what I was expecting. I started with the calamari appetizer as per the waitress's suggesstion. While it was of sufficient quantity the consitency was very rubbery and it lacked any kind of flavor what-so-ever. Thank the Lord for Marinara sauce. I had hoped that with the arrival of the Main course consisting of the Gyro Platter(also recommended) that things would improve. They did but only marginally. The meat was just a bit over done and the amount of Tzadsiki served was much less than adequate. One good positive was that the greek salad came with the lagest chunks of Feta that I have even seen cut. Those I VERY much enjoyed. Also I have never been to greek restaurant where French Fries were served underneath the stips of meat. Interesting. After the main course and with a reckless hope I ordered the again recommended Baklava and Greek coffee. The coffe was very good however the desert itself tasted as if it have been baked last season and sitting on the counter since. While the staff was very friendly and the music and ambiance very Greek I would not recommend this to others.
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