First, the service: the service was OK. The female server was personable, easy-going, and very quick to provide refills and bread and all that. The only odd thing was, for a restaurant that only had 4 tables with people, she took an inordinate period of time to come and check up on us. Interestingly, once the server had collected our money she literally disappeared and we left the place without anyone saying good-bye or anything.
Second, the food. God, where do I begin? The focaccia bread was nice (almost identical to the bread that they serve at Pagliacci's) and the olive oil balsamic vinegar dip, well, that's easy. A monkey could make that. However, it went downhill from there. For an appetizer, I got the $12 calamari. Medium-sized portion, but over-breaded, soft, and too salty. For an entree, I got the keftethes (Sautéed Greek meatballs baked with red island sauce and feta cheese), which came with vegetables and rice pilaf. The meatballs were nothing to write home about, mediocre to say the least, but they actually contained SINEW and TENDONS! Seriously, I had to politely spit out half of two meatballs because the sinew was tough. The "red island sauce" was little more than a plain-tasting, lukewarm tomato sauce. Not impressive. The vegetables, well, they were just vegetables. The rice pilaf? With every bite I encountered full-undercooked (hard and chewy) rice grains. And the rice pilaf was lukewarm. I couldn't even finish the meal, and, while out of politeness I took the meal home in a doggy styrofoam container, I'm definitely not going to eat it. So, value-wise, not worth the $30 + tax for this lame meal.
Third, ambiance, not much to mention. The place was near-empty, but that's normal for a Monday night. Perhaps. The lighting was a bit glare-ish and bright, but otherwise OK.
I don't know how this restaurant has survived for more than 30 years. Maybe they used to be good. Maybe it's just because there's not many Greek restaurants in town. Maybe it's because they're close to the poor tourists and hotels and that's how they survive. I will not return to this restaurant . . . ever . . . and I will not recommend it to anyone visiting. They need to do a serious overhaul on their food preparation skills.