I came here to eat a week or so ago with a close friend of mine. We both just happened to live in the neighbourhood and have always wanted to try this restaurant. We came for lunch.
The food was delicious. We had the hummus with pita bread, and the Cajun Chicken and Onions pizza. The hummus was very good along with the bread. The bread was warm and moist with just a little salty flavour. They both went very well together. The pizza was just alright. It tasted like any other pizza. However, the waitress insisted that we dipped our crusts into the extra hummus dip we had leftover. Delicious!
The waitress was very friendly and helpful during the beginning of our meal. She took our drink orders and brought them back over quickly and brought our dishes in too with a great smile. However, afterwards she rarely came back to check on us. We tried to flag her down to get the bill but she was too busy talking behind the counter with her friend. We paid with a credit card and it took 10 minutes for her to bring it back. The restaurant was mostly empty for the entire meal. I suppose the service would've been better if she didn't spent the latter portion of our meal chatting to her friend and ignoring customers.
The food was good. But it was more pricey then I was used to at a regular Greek restaurant. In fact, the restaurant isn't even situated in Downtown Vancouver or a more busy area. I could get the same dishes for cheaper at countless other restaurants. But it was decent for being nearby.
The restaurant looked a bit run down on the outside but it was more cozy than old. The chairs were comfy and the restaurant was well lit from the sunshine outside. It was also air conditioned. Thank god.
I would come back here simply because of the hummus and the fact that it's nearby.