My friends and I were originally going to go to Anton's to celebrate my friend's birthday party, but our plans changed to Cristos when we were told that we'd have to wait for another 2 hours.
Service: When we first walked in, the waitress eyed us up and down as if we were going to be a hassle. She told us that we'd only have 1 hour to eat, so we decided to go somewhere else instead. When she realized that we were about to leave, she welcomed us in. I found this attitude to be quite peculiar. After that, service was better because they took in our birthday cake and came back to check up on water refills.
Ambience: To be honest, it is slightly on the dim side, but then again, I've neve been to a Greek restaurant before, so that might be the standard ambience. The rest of the restaurant (i.e. walls, decor) looked pretty good though!
Food: I shared a Lamb, Beef and Chicken Souvlaki with my friend thinking that the dish would be very big (as my other friend had said this before). Unfortunately, the portions came short of my expectations. The rice tasted like minute rice; the souvlaki was dry; and the salad had way too much cheese.
Value: Considering that the my souvlaki was not that big of a dish, I really don't think that my dish amounted to the $16 (shared with my friend) that I had to pay. Moreover, the waitress informed us shortly afterwards that we would have to pay a 15% gratuity bill...
Overall, I don't think that I will be going back there any time soon.