Came here with my family for dinner.
Food: We started with calamari appetizer, which was was very tender & flavorful. I've had better tzatziki though - maybe not enough garlic in it. Both my parents had the leg of lamb which was a generous portion(no bone) and little fat (similar to roast lamb you get at other Greek restaurants). Came with rice, potatoes, greek salad & garlic bread. Their meal was over $17 each. I had the 8oz size lamb souvlaki with all the same sides. I enjoyed the the tender pieces of lamb, cooked to perfection. The rice and greek salad was great as well. I found the potatoes a bit too salty. Mine was over $16. Bill was a little over $62 including tax.
Service: When she took our order she seemed friendly. Another server refilled our water. No body asked how our food was during the meal. There was maybe 5 small tables in the restaurant including ours and about 4 servers hanging out and watching TV.
Ambiance: restaurant looks clean, maybe recently renovated, dim lighting. Once you go to the washroom, it seemed a bit old/dirty. They need to renovate women's washroom at least.
Overall: I found the food was good, price is on the high side (Kerkis on W.4th is the same quality food and better value & service and you can use an entertainment book coupon). Service was lacking, they were friendly but was not attentive throughout our dining experience. I don't think they even acknowledged us when we left (there were 3-4 of them standing around watching us leave)