Been there about a half a dozen times and it's always been good. Excellent food and good, helpful and friendly service. What I really do recommend for dinner is the roasted lamb or kalamari dinner with a glass of wine. I recommend going there if you'd like to try authentic Eastern European cusine in an authentic restaurant environment.
We went there for dinner, my wife and I, as we wanted to try some of the other Greek restaurants in town, besides our usual. De décor certainly was inviting, so we decided to give it a try. We started with the calamari, which were average. Things started to go south at the main course however. My wife had the souvlaki lamb, which turned out to be still raw in the middle. I had the roast lamb, which came with a baked potato, rice and Greek salad. Unfortunately the rice was just about the only decent food on the plate. The baked potato was still far from baked – it needed another good 20min in the oven! The Greek salad was missing the olive oil and vinegar that would actually make it a Greek salad, and the Feta cheese was tasteless. The most disturbing part of the meal however was the lamb itself, which despite its appetizing appearance, had a very disturbing flavor. Neither myself nor my wife could discern the mysterious taste, so we asked the waitress what was the secret ingredient in the lamb. She was very surprised to hear about such thing – there was none! Needless to say, that really worried me! Anyway, we survived, but we certainly were disappointed with the dinner. Compared with other Greek restaurants I’ve tried so far, this one had the worst food.