680 S Stratford Rd, Winston Salem, NC | Directions 2710336.085738 -80.292757
female customers get rude treatment from waitresses and hostess.they both not volunteer to wait on,talk back rude,will walk away from them while they are talking to them.and the female tables have to ask them to come back and finish the job. the hostesses and cashier talk to other people while waiting on female customers. and walk away from the female customers to wait on somebody else. the waitresses said not want to write down the order,they did it. not volunteer to bring silverware,drinks,glasses,food,napkins,and bill.the bill is thrown at the female customers by the waitresses.not volunteer to come back to the tables to see if the female customers want more food entrees. the customers are seated at dirty tables by the hostesses.and the employees will not volunteer to clean it up. the food crumbs is pushed to the floor. sometimes the waitresses will bring female customers half the normal food portions.on the plates.
Relaxed and enjoyed the visit. Fun folks, great food – Wonderful food, great service, you are allowed to relax and enjoy for as long as you wish to stay. Had a great meal and spent good time with a dear friend. What a treat...The wine list is not bad either... It was so nice not to be rushed out. We ordered, chatted, laughed and had a very nice night.
Amazing Greek food!! – This restaurant may appear to be average from the highway, but once you are served, you will know that you have found a gem. I have only had one meal here so far, but I will DEFINITELY return for more. I had the vegetarian plate. The least impressive part of this meal was the salad, which was made of iceberg lettuce, luscious calameta olives, sharp feta cheese, + other veggis and a perfect Greek dressing. The accompanying bread is baked fresy daily, and is a perfect blend of crispy outside and tasty, toothy inside. The olive oil on the table made a wonderful dipping sauce. The vegetarian plate has three exquisite dishes: spanakopita, the best stuffed grape leaves I've ever tasted, and thick, creamy, tangy tzatzaki. The spanakopita, a lucious greek casserole of spinach, ricotta cheese & herbs in a phyllo wrapper had a subtle flavoring of fresh mint leaves and perfectly balanced seasonings. The stuffed grape leaves are served cold, with a texture that is firm to the tooth, yet delicate enough to eat with a fork.
A full bar is available for your favorite drink or wine, the wait staff was friendly & cordial, and the service was excellent. I will definitely be returning to this restauranat again and again, every time I need "Greek food fix."
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