It's hard to find great tasting authentic Greek food in Central London as the large Greek community here mostly live in North London and that's where all of the best Greek restaurants are. This is a chain restaurant that offers very commercialised variations of popular Greek dishes.
I've been here a few times, never at my suggestion, and whilst I can say the food isn't bad, it's not authentic...more
This was fine for a pre theatre lunch. Tasty hummus, Greek salad, a lamb wrap and bread with oil and spicy ground nuts. All tasty but the venue is small and very busy so we didn't exactly feel relaxed as the waiter and the lunch crowd kept bumping into our chairs. Mind you the three women next to us dissecting their relationship with their mother kept us entertained...and rather sympathetic...more
There is one thing that London is not short of, it's authentic Greek restaurants. These are often owned and run by real Greeks.
Greek food is a variety of sea-food, along with meats such as lamb, pork or chicken. They also do a good range of vegetarian dishes.
The one recurring theme on visiting a Greek restaurant is that you are going to eat lots and lots of food. In fact, your probably...more
I pass by this place every day on my way to work and thought I'd give it a try. I'm not sure exactly what it was that made my experience unsatisfactory, but the only thing I enjoyed was the location - it's only a few minutes from work. The food was plain, service was slow and staff was inexperienced, and seating was uncomfortable (tight squeeze). You couldn't walk to your table unless you...more
The worst Greek food i have ever had.
Greek food is all about mezze and sharing, but the tables here aren't even big enough for the plates and glasses, let alone plates of food. You also have to sit on stools which doesn't really make for a relaxed dining atmosphere.
The white bait was ok, the prawns just plain awful. The souvlaki came wrapped in paper making me feel like i was in a kebab...more