Greek Fest Restaurant

(602) 265-2990 | View Website

1940 E Camelback Rd Ste 107, Phoenix, AZ | Directions   85016

33.510225 -112.039401

Open Hours

Mon. - Sat. 11am - 2:30pm;Sun. CLOSED

Restaurants, Greek, Outdoor Dining  more

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Camelback East

Greek Fest Restaurant
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Reviews for Greek Fest Restaurant

over a year ago

Another Greek Girl's opinion! – I wanted a Greek salad for lunch...and a good friend and co-worker googled locations near where we would be for the day and we happened upon Greekfest!

The owners are marvelous and their staff is phenomenal. The atmosphere is upscale and pleasing with glass table tops & cloth. They are doing some renovating so the restrooms are under a bit of construction.

Menu is extensive and specialized. Hummus is to die for and the pita with honey butter is also exquisite!

Spanokopita was flakey tender and delicious as was the salad with my lunch combo.

If you want tons of food and cheap go to McDonald's you get what you pay for...if you want quality and upscale dining than Greekfest is a wonderful place to be!

over a year ago

Upscale bistro with the familiar and exotic Greek specialties. – In Short
Owned and operated by Tony and Susan Makridis, Greekfest transports customers to the Greek isles with its white stucco walls, marble floors and wood trim. This is a white-tablecloth restaurant with an extensive, upscale menu to match. Hot and cold appetizers take up two pages of the menu, so start there before the moussaka and lamb.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Take a greek girl's advice: Go somewhere else – We recently ate at Greekfest for my birthday. I knew that the price was going to be expensive, but did not know that they were going to give small portions and charge exhuberant amounts of money for it. Everything at the restaurant was BLAND! We ordered the mezethes of antipasto. It came out with melon ball scooped portions of hommus, tarmasalata, and others. 12 dollars for a small plate of mezethes? CHEAP GREEKS! I ordered the galakto for dessert and the owner even told me that I should of ordered the more expensive dessert b/c it would be better. She was right. The galakto was awful. Next time I want greek, I'll just make it myself.

over a year ago

been going since i was a child – and i eat here every time i come back to phoenix from my new home in california. get the flambed cheese. oh, yes, trust me.


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