The food isn't quite as remarkable as the show, but it's cheap and hearty. The Greek salad, though very typical, features fresh ingredients that counterbalance all the greasy food, including fried potatoes, cheese balls, and even an inexplicably oily (and under-seasoned) eggplant starter.
Our group loved the matsoni, a thick yogurt served for dessert with white cherry jam that was luscious and creamy yet still somehow refreshing. Otherwise, the prevailing assessment was "Nothing special." The food was all quite standard and certainly very familiar, but that said, when you're just after an easy bite and a friendly chat, it's not always adventure you need.
Be advised: Service isn't snappy, especially for larger groups. As there's no designated wait stuff, guests must be proactive if they require a change of utensils or plates, which quickly pile up given the shortage of space. Nevertheless, spirits stayed afloat thanks to the live entertainment, which likely accounted for much of the staff's distraction as well. So sit back, order a round of craft beers, tuck into a skepasti — essentially, Greek pizza, which the chef asserts is the original kind — and let the sound of smashing plates carry you away.