I have been craving roast lamb for quite a long time now, so this past weekend I was happy when Beipas said she wanted Greek food. Greek Village is one of the many places we haven’t been to in the Surrey-Delta area.
We started with the Calamari to start, and for our mains we ordered Roast Lamb, and Lamb Souvlaki. The calamari was nice and light. Airy and crisp batter, and pretty tender. It was served with some raw onions and lemon which helped liven it up. The tzatziki sauce was very mild though. I would’ve preferred it to be more garlicky.
The roast lamb was good, but I’ve definitely had better at many other restaurants. It’s middle of the pack in goodness, but on the higher end of price at $19. It wasn’t very flavourful, but the meat was very tender and juicy. There was the right amount of fat marbled into the meat, that you didn’t get pure pieces of fat. The lamb souvlaki was juicy and had a nice firm texture. It didn’t have a strong lamb flavour which Beipas doesn’t like. Both dishes came with rice, lemon potato, Greek salad, and steamed vegetables. The lemon potato needed more lemon. The steamed or boiled vegetables were pretty gross too. Way over cooked, the green beans were so dull and lifeless.
Although the food wasn’t the greatest, the staff was very friendly, and some of the other tables were really treated like family.
7953 120 St