I took a group of hungry friends from out of town last Saturday. The restaurant host graciously and gladly welcomed a group of five despite a lack of reservation on a Saturday night. We ordered the kalamaria (fried squid rings) and saganaki (fried cheese) as appetizers. The saganaki was good but the kalamaria were excellent--warm, crispy, and perfect flavour. The bread that was brought was also excellent--perfectly crispy and warm.
I ordered the spanakopita platter, as did one of my friends. One ordered the moussaka, one ordered a stuffed eggplant dish, and one ordered a lamb gyro.
My spanakopita phyllo dough was a tad overcooked, but the rice, potatoes, and the spanakopita fillings were great.
Each one of us cleaned our plate (and at the Acropol, that's a lot of cleaning, because the servings are large).
The only weak points were the weak house wine, and the fact that the restaurant's acoustics are such that once the place began to fill up, each table's conversation added to a dull roar.
Our server was friendly and knowledgeable, and even as business picked up, our water never stayed empty and we never felt rushed out. The bill was high, but I felt it was worth it for a tasty and leisurely meal.