Last night, girlfriends and I came here for some schnitzel - mmmm craving some more just thinking about it. Looking from the outside, I wouldn't expect the inside to look as cozy as it did. Yes, a little bit dated, but it had a nice "cabin" feel to the place. I really like the fact that every table was a rounded booth which makes for ample seating. It was also, in my opinion, perfectly lit - nice and dim, but not too dark.
I have to admit, I'm a little bit confused at what the cuisine is classified as. Two of us had the chicken schnitzel and one had the kalamari. We all got portuguese buns to start, followed by greek salad, then our entrees came with greek rice and mashed potatoes. The schnitzel was a tad bit bland for my liking, but teamed up with the lime that came on our plate, it was yum yum good. The tzatziki sauce had a punch of garlic, so go easy on it if you're there on a date.
For only $12.95, it was a good deal for the amount of food we received (especially that huge piece of schnitzel).
The service was okay. They cleared the plates often and there was a tiny bit of small talk, but it was nothing special. I ordered a pineapple juice, and to my surprise, it came room temp. No ice, and not chilled - at $2.50/small glass, it wasn't worth it.
There was live music - a woman playing an instrument of some sort, but it was way too loud for dinner. Eventhough it was just the three of us, we had a hard time hearing each other over the music.
On Sundays, there is a buffet starting at 4pm. I would like to return to try some other items.