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francis k.
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Report | 2 days ago
Good food, good service. Kalamari was a little small in portion compare to other Greek Restaurant.
Tracy S.
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Report | 15 days ago
Good good & services/
Tara D.
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Report | 16 days ago
The difference in size between a small and large souvlaki is 1 skewer but at $5, not really worth it.
Katy T.
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Report | 23 days ago
The food is delish, Sofia the waitress is very kind and helpful
Cornelis D.
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Report | 24 days ago
Delicious food, excellent service, a most enjoyable evening. Surprised to find the restaurant so full so early on a weekday evening. Evidently a lot of people have found this hidden gem.
Raymond C.
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Report | a month ago
Order the lamb shoulder!!
Mathew H.
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Report | a month ago
Terrible parking platter for 2 was decent. 7-7.5
Lolita L.
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Report | a month ago
Food was good but kitchen was slow.
Tedy N.
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Report | a month ago
great food but the location kind a hidden in small alley, so almost won't see from the main road
Bernadette I.
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Report | a month ago
if you got a pretty good appetite and can eat...for the price you pay for an entree that's a little more than u would expect may not be enough just saying.
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Since May 1986, the Chronakis family has crafted authentic Greek cuisine at Minoas Greek Taverna. Dinner platters teem with Hellenic morsels such as grilled chicken souvlaki, creamy hummus, and the rice-stuffed grape leaves of dolmades. The wait staff also serves entrees ? la carte, so diners can dig into plates of steaming moussaka and avoid jealous struggles with the pastitsio, which would only get tomato sauce all over the pristine white stucco walls. Lush ivy winds up the walls and traverses the ceiling, tablecloths in the cobalt blue of the Greek flag dot the interior, and traditional folk music drifts through the air, transporting diners to the Mediterranean without requiring a gas-guzzling teleportation device.

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