Above dishes served with salad, rice and potato ~ Greek or Caesar Salad substitute to any entrée for 2.50
Kingston’s newest Greek restaurant opened its doors one month ago to offer customers a total dining experience with a taste of Greece. Exposed brick, stucco, whitewash walls, earthy forest green tones, photos of Greece and Greek music all add to the ambiance of Grecos. the owners cook up a large selection of fine Mediterranean cuisine from their native Greece. Start with a platter of appetizer selections — they made us a special platter of delicious bites of each. We had chicken brochettes and broiled salmon steak for dinner. Both were beautifully presented and very tasty. You must try their house specialty “saganaki” — pan fried cheese that is flambeed at your table and melts in your mouth. End your meal with a decadent piece of homemade authentic baklava — it’s nutty, rich and dripping with honey. Dinner for two with wine and dessert will cost approximately $30 – 50. Perfectly cooked food, excellent service and a friendly atmosphere are featured at Grecos, 167 Princess St. Open seven days a week.