This place took me back to my early days when I made a living saving for school working in a few places just like it. So it right away felt very familiar.
It looks like your typical family run business that tries to cover a few ethnic specialties at once (greek, pasta/pizza, steak, etc.) but comes up a bit odd on some of them because it's not focused enough.
I ordered myself an interesting pizza I had a craving for (anchovies, capers, garlic). I have to say I was quite happy with it, satisfied a craving I've had for quite a while. It just worked really well on their pizza. I think if I had ordered something different it might not have worked as synergistically. Personally I find the crust a bit dry, though I'm sure some will love it like that. Overall I'd give the pizza 4 stars.
The wife ordered the Kalamari. I'm not sure I'd really call it greek food, this is where the fusion comes in. The greek salad is just tomato and cucumber and an olive. The only side is tzatziki and garlic toast. No roast potato or rice. So it's not your typical greek fare, but it tasted fine enough. I give it 3 stars. I can actually get a better Kalamari plate at Pita King in the mall for half the price.
Service that evening was quite good, speedy, timely, and warm.
I'd actually give the place 3.5 stars if it let me. I can't give it higher as I've eaten at much better places that I would reserve 4+ stars for. Once place I worked at which is long gone was very similar, Dorian's Greek Taverna in Richmond. I've yet to find anything as good for food as it was. I miss that place like mom's home cooking (well what I imagine that must be like as my mom was a terrible cook).
I will probably return, mostly based on the service.