I SWEAR I added a review of this place a couple of months ago, yet it's not here, so maybe I was in a parallell universe. I'm adding this again, as my other Greek restaurant review was compared to this meal.
This place is nowhere a restaurant should be, yet it was busy so you know they're doing something right.
We started out with kalamari, and while I'm not a huge Greek fan, I felt it was the best I've had. It was hot, and the batter was light and crispy.
I had the spanikopita and my friend had the lamb souvlaki. The spanikopita truly was the best I've had, it was fresh and crisp. And unlike others I've had, it didn't have that slightly bitter taste from the spinach/feta combo. The spinach was a fresh green as opposed to the dull green you see in others where they use frozen spinach. Phyllo truly was crispy.
The rice and potatoes were good as well, and the steamed green beans were done perfectly. I didn't care too much for the Greek salad, though, but I'm just not a huge fan of Greek salad.
We were urged to try the ekmek, as the hostess herself made it (owner's daughter). I've never had ekmek before, so it was a nice surprise, it was sooo good!!
The service was good, though our server was a bit of a Barbie robot, but the hostess came around frequently to counteract the lack of expression on Barbie.
Ambiance is a bit on the kitschy side, but really, I'm not too fussed about ambiance as long as the food is good.
As I've mentioned before, I'm not a huge Greek food fan, so if someone like me can rave about the meal, I urge you to try the restaurant if you're in the area.