Theos: Eating and Wearing Greek
The food at Theos was first rate as we were luckily enough to get a table without a reseration on a friday night. Service was very freindly until one of the waitresses dropped a plate of food over two of our guests. While they offered to pay for 25% of the meal the damage had been done and after three washes neither of our freinds have been able to clean their clothes completley.
Anyway if you're going to come, expect good Greek food, a belly dancer and live music. Make sure you keep your distance from the waitresses or you could be wearing it by the end of the evening.
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Favorite Dish: To start...
Orekteka ($7.50) Says on their menu, "This plate full of assorted is a nibbler’s paradise. Houmous, Taramasalata, Dolmathes, Feta Cheese and Kalamata Olives."
Theo's Platter for Two ($40.00) Says on their menu, "A delightful way to get to know Greek food or simply to keep from making a decision about any one dish: features a small Greek Salad, Beef Souvlaki, Dolmathes, Spanakotiropita, Moussaka and Paithakia Skaras (lamb chops)."
All prices quoted in Canadian dollars.
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