46 years on, over a million customers and they still can’t cut the Scottish Porterhouse and Rib-Eye steaks fast enough. Vegetarians may go all misty-eyed at the thought of a Spanish omelette (how retro is that?), but it’s the beef, lamb and fish eaters who are going to do best here. There’s not even a picture of a cheese omelette on the website alongside the charred and juicy hunks of meat. Fish - pan fried or battered plaice or cod, perhaps, or lemon sole - is served with homemade chips, as are the grills which include gammon and pineapple and lamb cutlets. There are also a few ‘old favourite’ Greek dishes such as moussaka and kleftiko. No prizes for guessing starters such as prawn cocktail and garlic mushrooms. Prices are generally reasonable: a three-course meal will average between £25 and £30.