When we came in, the friendly staff welcomed us by shaking our hands and then instantly put the tables together to make a table for 8. The next thing we know, music starts playing and one of the staff members comes out with a Lamb Kleftiko on fire on his tray. One of the female members of staff started dancing to the music and got my niece up dancing with her, we were all clapping as the dish was on fire. They even smashed a plate at one point!
I knew I had made the right choice, the atmosphere was amazing. That happened another two times while we were there and got everyone in a great mood.
I was tempted by the Lamb Kleftiko, but as I had it in the Granada I wanted to try a steak. The first dish is a serloin, which a few people had and they all said it was beautiful.
I had the peppered fillet, which was a bit more expensive but worth it. It was cooked medium rare and was one of the better steaks I’ve had. It almost melted in my mouth. The pepper sauce was very hot and I did struggle a bit with it towards the end.
When our meal had finished, we were given watermelon and also could pick a drink – Ouzo or peach schnapps.
I’m 5 staring this one on Trip Advisor!