Staff were friendly. Came by for some take out and ordered the fava and vegetable soup. Food was generally tasty, a little on the salty side, but convenient.
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We went to El Greco because there were a lot of us and we were hungry. We didn't read up on it and just dropped in. It was a decent meal - nothing special - but seemed overpriced for what it was. It's not a...More
I felt pizza had only cheese. Oddered also a moussaka which felt like it was prepared couple of days before and warmed for me. Cheese in moussaka felt like it had the best days already left. For the money paid you can have far more...More
as the punters have said the son gets you in and all seems good, discount for family etc, nice table upstairs. The food was very good and when the bill comes they had added on another mains + bread + drink that we did not...More
moussaka, patstitsio, more; much better quality and quantity than some higher priced ones with a view; going back today; I am part greek and know my greek cuisine.
While you pass by the street, the owner or his son will call you in telling you that they would give you a discount either 10 percent or 15 percent. They do this to everybody. My question is why bump up the prices and then...More
The reception was good. But our total was not. We ordered soup, veal and water. Also we ate the bread they gave us. Total amount was 32euro. Horrible! We ate more food in a restaurant by the square for less money. Never again! Didn't bother...More
Were recommended by our hotel, and it was close by, right on the hill just leading up to the main street, so we stopped by for lunch. Food was great, opted for the moussaka and seafood pasta, service was a little slow, but it was...More