Decided to have dinner here with my friend from out of town during the summer. We arrived at the doorway and stood there for about 3 minutes waiting for someone to acknowledge we were there. A couple of servers or hostess saw us standing there but nobody came over... so another minute or two of that and we walked a few feet closer to the counter. Still no one said anything to us. Finally my friend stopped a waitress and asked if we could be seated. The waitress said "Oh sorry! Didn't know you were going to eat here." We were like.. okay.. ahaha..I mean.. come on, we were awkwardly standing there for about 5-6 minutes with you guys walking by us and nobody stopped to think Hmmm, I wonder why those two girls are standing there, maybe I should ask them??
I let that go, and we happily sat down at a table outside on the patio, since it was a warm night and the sunset was too beautiful to resist! We put in our drink order, and a few minutes later ordered our entrees. I noticed that the patrons near our table looked really bored and it seemed like they've been waiting a while for their food. The man certainly didn't look too impressed, so I'm guessing that the service was slow that night.
Food: Our food came about half an hour after our drinks. (Sucks for the other customers, because their food came probably 10 minutes after ours did even though we were seated after them). The only thing I didn't like was the squid. Honestly, I've had better calamari at White Spot. I expected that it would be on an amazing-level since we're actually at a Greek restaurant.. but the batter wasn't crispy at all and it was bland. I'd order from Opa Souvlaki over this, any day. (fast service, and tasty calamari for half the price!)
Service and ambiance: Our yummy drinks, girl's heart-to-heart, and our seating in the open patio and warm summer night made up for the non-existant service. I don't remember the server coming back to check up on us on her own free will. My friend asked to have an extra shot of rum in her drink and the server nodded Yes! Sure! Well.. 10 minutes later no-nothing. Friend had to wave her down again, first attempt failed. Second attempt of waving finally got the server's attention, and only 5 more minutes my friend had to wait to get her alcohol fix. Yay! With that said.. we really did enjoy our time there though. The music was a nice touch, the belly-dancing was pretty entertaining.. and the washrooms were very nicely decorated and clean.