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$20 for $40 Worth of Greek Cuisine
The menu includes Greek dinner entrees such as souvlaki ($16.99–$19.99) and beef-tenderloin pita served with lemon roasted potatoes ($15.99), as well as a few Italian specialties such as seafood fettuccine with prawns and scallops ($19.99). Lunch options include a bacon cheeseburger ($10.99), a veggie pita ($9.99) and the house specialty moussaka ($12.49).
The White Tower Restaurant
The White Tower Restaurant is named after the storied White Tower of Thessaloniki, a sturdy monument constructed by the Ottomans in order to guard their city's harbour. In a similar fashion, the chefs at White Tower surround their menu's precious entrees and pita sandwiches with bastions of house-cut lemon roasted potatoes and saucers of greek salad. The Mediterranean menu includes plates of Manitoba pickerel, Angus new york strip steak, lamb chops, and souvlaki with skewered grilled chicken, lamb, or prawns.
The restaurant's casual interior makes its diners feel comfortable with a warm palette of saffron walls and burgundy-tinged wood. In the back, a piano sits in front of a mirrored wall, and fairy lights dangle over the well-stocked bar. Vivid cerulean-infused paintings match the cloud-like motif along the ceiling, and a stone-patterned wallpaper evokes White Tower's namesake while testing the self-restraint of graffiti artists.
70% of 173 customers recommend
“Quite enjoyable, great, friendly staff, & willing to please patrons on food choses.”
“Plan to be there a long time. They were out of the first three things my husband ordered; soup of the day, hot turkey sandwich ,and rueban sandwich. We were the...”
“Plan to be there a long time. They were out of the first three things my husband ordered; soup of the day, hot turkey sandwich ,and rueban sandwich. We were the only patrons in the restaurant and our order took 45 minutes- Greek salad and cheeseburger. Waitress was friendly though.”