Came here with a group of 6 early Saturday night before a concert. We were looking forward to some pretty good Greek food, considering many of the reviews here. Boy were we ever let down. None of us came away satisfied with our food.
We has 2 vegetarian (spanakopita) entrees, one lamb L'Astoria (shoulder), one halibut, one moussaka, and the little one had a chicken tenders appy with a Caesar salad. All entrees come with the same standard Greek sides: rice, roast potato, Greek salad, pita, and tzatziki. The food came out amazingly quickly, which probably should have been our first clue: everything was just lying around waiting to be ordered (even the "fresh" halibut). The moussaka and lamb were fine, nothing special but not bad; the halibut was rubbery. The worst thing was the Greek salad...how do you ruin that??? The whole thing was dry and limp, like is had been left out in the open air too long. There was an ample helping of flavourless feta and some herbs on top. Meanwhile, the potato tasted like it had soaked too long in lemon juice, and the rice was dry and was no particular boost to the meal.
Entrees ranged from $15-$22, kind of high for Greek, but not bad for good food. The problem is, this wasn't particularly good food. The only thing that keeps the value score up is the portion sizes, which were pretty huge. None of us finished, so we will get at least another meal out of them. I'm not sure whether that's a good thing or a bad thing...
Service was friendly and effective throughout. Nothing wrong there. Finally, the interior is themed but limited by the strip-mall-like location. They couldn't completely seal that out of the scene (my seat had a perfect view of the 64 ave/152 st. intersection and neighbouring train tracks).
I don't know whether this was an off day for the restaurant, or what, but this was well below average for a Greek place. Considering at the higher-than-average prices, I just don't see any reason at all to go back here.