The FoodLet's start with the appetizers:
The Greek Salad is so refreshing. Tomatoes, thinly sliced white onions, cucumber, olives, and feta drizzled with olive oil.
Fried Saganaki is fried cheese. Squeeze the lemon to neutralize the saltiness. FRIED CHEESE!!! Need I say more?
Moussaka is made up of eggplant and potatoes smothered in richly spiced tomato sauce. I was so fascinated I didn't dissect my meal to see what's more in it.
Souvlaki Mixed Platter, I got the lamb/chicken/beef just to have an idea what lamb tastes like. This plate is for sharing, though it looks not that much it's really filling. 2 pieces of pita topped with chicken, lamb, and beef, smothered in rich tomato base which I think has olive paste or something. Comes with thinly sliced white onions with finely chopped cilantro, tomatoes, fries, really strong garlic sauce and hot sauce. Eat them up together and BOOM!
|Souvlaki Mixed Platter|
Baklava. Lots of walnuts under thinly layered pastry, cinnamon powder, and honey to kick the sweetness. Great, simply great!
Lemon Cake. I bet you're expecting something zesty and a bit sour to be served, not this one. It's off the menu so the chef was the one who suggested this. And I'm glad we had it. Refreshing, simple yet heavenly. It has been a long time since I had something really good as this.
Cold water for drinks is fine so you can savor every flavor that their menu has to offer. A picture of the flyer is at the bottom, just zoom in to see how worth it is to stop here for a meal. Still working on the photo quality but here's some snaps of the dining area with a visible kitchen.
|better enjoyed scene on the day time|
|the room is a bakery of some sort, yeah they serve it fresh!|
|Some flowers and light under the glass table|
Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union, Philippines (in front of Sebay Surf Central)
Monday to Sunday 9:00 am to 12:00 am
0917 711 0419
My Satisfaction LevelPalate Happiness: 5/5
Tummy Loader: 5/5
Budget: Php 70 - 350/ person