We called early evening and the restaurant was very quiet - only one other table occupied, but preparations were going on for a large group later in the evening. It's a very big place, so atmosphere is a bit thin when quiet, but the food and service were good, the waiters being particularly attentive without being a nuisance. A hard thing to get right! We had two dips and pitta bread to share for starters, followed by Ouzo Chicken and a Lamb Kebab, which was all tasty and well presented. A glass of red and a soft drink and one coffee brought the bill to £42, which was about right these days.
Parking is I think only on side streets, which might be a problem at busy times. Fortunately it's walking distance for us!
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