The service is not great, but the food is advice average for a Greek diner.
VEry good value and taste...but I wish the fries were hand-cut instead of frozen.
Great Gyros and greek salads! All in all, very good service. Also excellent take out. Nicer than a coney.
good service and good food. Leo's coney island has a much better greek salad and dressing. Also did not like being charged for a pita. It should come with the greek salad.
Food was very good. Decent portions. Service could have been a little better. Staff was very friendly and helpful but seemed a little short staffed as we had to wait quite bit a couple times when we wanted a waitress.
Ordered Greek salad, everywhere I have been gives uou pita with your salad. Here she said I have to pay for a piece of pita, ridiculous ! One son ordered salmon and mashed potato. Potatoes tasted sour, not edible. Other son ordered kids Mac and chees
good food, food variety, price, service
Lettuce and strawberries in salad were wilted and old.
Great food and service. Good size portions too! Offer more vouchers here please!
From Our Editors
From his small village in central Greece, Tom Goulas brought a piece of his heritage across the pond to share: the cuisine. In 1975 he first founded Honey Tree Grille with the intent of sharing the rich, flavorful food of his native country. Since then, his business has grown three-fold, but Goulas aims to maintain the old-school attention to both the dishes the kitchen sends out and the service. These days, the menu can be found across seven different locations. There, diners will find a handful of familiar American classics alongside Greek staples such as fresh-sliced gyro sandwiches, layered mousaka, and golden, flaky spanikopita.
Honey Tree Grille