We have always ordered for the banquet. There is a Meat tavern and the other one is the Seafood Taverna. We went in for the meat tavern. It starts off with the Greek salad. Fresh and with the salty feta. Next comes the trio of three dips. The eggplant dip, the fish eggs dip and Tzatziki dip. It comes with warms slightly pan fried pita bread. Again great. You will love this one. Next comes the haloumi. The haloumi, simple pan fried reminds me of fried paneer, except it’s more salty and a slight little bit chewier. Pretty good again. The homemade cheese filo parcels are heavenly and divine. Flaky pastry filled with cheese, all molten and fresh. Words fail me to tell you how divine these pastries are. Next comes the vine leaves stuffed with rice. To be honest, I am not really fascinated by this one.
Next comes the main course. From my perspective, I usually tell them that no beef and no pork for me. So the Greek Beef burgers or the Kefthes and the Chorizo are ruled out for me. So, it’s basically extra chicken souvlaki and the specialty of this place- the slow cooked lamb.
For Desserts, we have tried the Galatoboureko- which is a greek custoard in filo pastry along with honey. It comes up in plate with ice cream, strwaberries and dusted cinnamon. The dessert, while it was highly recommended, I found it to be just average and not out of the world.
Instead, the turkish delight which they serve as complimentary at the end, is actually out of the world. It is so soft and fresh and fragrant. So much that whenever I visit, I request for an extra serve.
So much that I would suggest and recommend very much this place.