A bunch of us went to try the food and use my Entertainment Book coupon. We had a good meal. We started with the calamari and saganaki appetizers accompanied by a basket of hot buttery pita bread. The calamari were prefect and tender, and the saganaki was about average.
Moving on to the entrees, two of us had the roast lamb, which featured a gigantic portion of tender roasted meat, as well as the usual sides (Greek salad, 1/2 roast potato, rice pilaf), two more of our group had souvlaki, which was well-prepared, and had the same sides as the lamb. One contrarian among us had the shrimp fettucini, which had tiny shrimp in a vast bowl of unremarkable pasta. All of the entrees were HUGE, and only I was hungry enough to finish.
The servers were friendly and efficient, and the ambience was a bit nicer than most Greek places, but not luxurious, either.
My one complaint was that the soft drinks which were in small glasses to begin with, were NOT bottomless. We got hit for $2.25 for each tiny serving. What a rip off! I should have had beer, and I expect that was their point... That cost them a star overall.
Other than that one complaint we had a mostly satisfying feed. I agree with the previous reviewer: Try the calamari and the lamb. But I would avoid the seafood.
In my opinion you would have to leave Coquitlam to get better Greek food.