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Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
November 13, 2006
From journal A Stirling Time!
Riverview, New Brunswick
September 29, 2005
Two kinds of olives immediately appear on the table as you contemplate the menu, which consists of hot and cold starters, a list of meat dishes, and a list of house specialties. We chose from the specialty list: kleftaki (slow-cooked lamb with herbs) and meat moussaka. Both choices more than lived up to our expectations and were served with a lightly oiled salad, rice, and potatoes.
The beer list had two Greek beers and Stell,a and the wine list tended to be Greek and fairly expensive in the £16 range and up. We chose the house wine, a white that was actually from Gascony and which complimented the meal very well.
Overall, as I said, it was a nice evening. The restaurant was fairly busy (it was Saturday), but having walked by the night before, I had little doubt that we would be able to get a walk in. They are doing a few things very well, and I would most certainly return when I felt the yen for Greek dining.
From journal Stirling: Scotland's Heritage City