I've heard from my girlfriend who is Greek that the food in this place is pretty good. OK, I tried it. It was a warm night to we decided to sit outside.
We walked into the restaurant and waited while the maÃ®tre d' talked to a waitress or bookkeeper or somebody for several minutes - sort of just standing there - weird. We were then taken outside to a table.
We ordered martinis from a waiter who was very nice. My girlfriend's martini had a bug in it. A manager or somebody like that walked by (not in waiter's clothes) and we said that there was a bug. His response - "well you are sitting outside". True, but that's not the point. Under no circumstances do you argue with a customer - somebody should tell them that. He did take it away and the very nice waiter brought us a new one.
They had an all inclusive type menu. We got greek salad, calamari, veal with a cheese and sause, baklava and coffee all for $30. The food was ok, not bad, nothing to write home about but ok. The portions were quite large and we were totally stuffed when we left. Of course, since the food was only ok, we really didn't need to eat all of it but that's a different story. The baklava was really good but that's because I love nuts and it was full of nuts. If you don't like sweet stuff, stay away from baklava.
If I ever decided to give this place another try and I might because it was not a bad place, I would order off the menu (as opposed to all inclusive). I'm sure they have some really good items as well as the just ok ones or my Greek girlfriend would not think it was a decent place. Makes sense, no?