After having heard much about the 'amazing' Greek food that was a must have, my boyfriend & I were eager to give it a try. We went armed with a gift certificate from restaurant dot com (which, unfortunately in this case, meant our server got an automatic 18% gratuity). To start with, the service was terrible. Had it been busy, I'd have understood having to flag my waitress a time or two. Buuuut it wasn't busy at all, and even when she was standing at our table, we had to remind her to fill our glasses. At one point, after having been reminded to fill our glasses, she walked off with my boyfriend's glass, and then she forgot to bring it back for about 10 minutes. We tried to flag her about it, but she wasn't paying attention at all. On to the food. We went entirely Greek for this visit, so I can only speak to the quality of that portion of the menu. For an appetizer, we had the combo, which included dolmas, keftedakia, spanikopita, tiropita, hummus, tzatziki, & pita. The dolmas filling was excellent, however EVERY grape leaf was fibrous & stemmy. Having eaten a fair share in my day, this was the first time I'd encountered such consistently bad grape leaves. The keftedakia were very tasty, but cold when they came out. Tiropita was tasty, but the spanikopita left something to be desired. Hummus was hummus, and the tzatziki was ok. For the meal, I had the gyro sandwich, which I feel is the one thing every Greek restaurant must be judged by. I have to say, I was excited when I saw it came with an extra large dollop of tzatziki, but that was about as far as my excitement for the gyro went. It was average, at best. As a side, I had lemon potatoes, which were good. Boyfriend had the combo platter, and he was really looking forward to the moussaka. The plate also had spatstitsio, dolmas, tiropita, spanikopita, & a Greek salad. Both the moussaka & spatstitsio were overpoweringly flavored by the nutmeg, which I assume was in the béchamel sauce used in both. We certainly understand nutmeg is a key ingredient for a good béchamel, however this was very overpowering. If you got past that flavor, though, both were, again, average at best. All remaining items, which we'd had on the appetizer, were the same. The waitress told us that all the Greek selections were made at home, in who I assume is the owner's wife's kitchen, so we were really expecting a lot more from the food, since it wasn't being cranked out in industrial sized portions...but we didn't get much out of the place. Perhaps visiting for breakfast or some American style meals would be ok, but if you're looking for life changing (or even just good) Greek food, don't look here. We've had better from chain restaurants. If you're in the area & wanting Greek, go an extra half mile down the road to Bakkhus Taverna, right by the boardwalk (THAT'S some life changing Greek food).