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Greekfest Review

This informal but elegant restaurant is lovingly decorated with whitewashed walls, hardwood floors, and imported Greek artifacts. Search the menu's two pages of appetizers for taramosalata (caviar blended with lemon and olive oil) and saganaki (cheese flamed with brandy and extinguished with a squirt of lemon). The moussaka (lamb casserole) is wonderful, and don't forget dessert (try galaktoboureko, warm custard pie baked in phyllo). If all you seek is a sweet treat and some genuine Greek coffee, visit the adjoining Cafestia European dessert and coffeehouse.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 03-31-2014

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    Dining in Greece without the jet lag

    This family-owned restaurant serves great food in a beautifully decorated restaurant. Once inside you forget you are in Phoenix, and think you been transported to Greece. Foder's review is correct, the galaktoboureko is outstanding. The lamb entrées are perfectly seasoned.

    by rdbohm, 5/8/08

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