This is a family-run restaurant in the heart of Plymouth. The focus is on Greek and Italian cooking and the menu is as wide as the Strait of Otranto.
On one side, there are stone-baked pizzas (from £8.95) and pasta dishes (from £7.95). Representing the opposing team, we have moussaka, stifado,kleftiko, kebabs and Greek mezze. Somewhere in the middle, there is a choice of charcoal-grilled fish, chicken and steaks plus a few Euro-standards such aspate maison, avocado prawns and paella. Whatever you choose, the emphasis is on value for money: it would be hard to beat the £9.95 two-course menu whether you loved or hated the food (and online reviews do vary considerably).
The Mediterranean seafood platter (£35 for two) is most likely to conjure up romantic holiday memories with King prawns in garlic butter,deep-fried calamari, mussels and scallops in cream sauce served on rice with Greek salad and garlic bread.