Discover Restaurants offering the best Greek food in Warner Robins, Georgia, United States. Warner Robins is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia, located in Houston County in the central part of the state. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 66,588. From 2000 to 2010, the Warner Robins city population grew by 36.4% (from 48,804 people to 66,588).
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4 based on 221 reviews
Had dinner at Greek Village in Warner Robins on Fri 07/12/19 at 4p. This is a multi-year Certificate of Excellence restaurant. Plenty of parking available in their lot. This Greek restaurant is in a strip mall and has booths or tables in an attractive Mediterranean setting. Lighting is typical. Floors tables and utensils were clean, but seating on wife's side had left overs from the last customer. Noise level was average. Several TVs were wall mounted and muted.We were seated immediately in a comfortable booth and noticed the restaurant was less than 25% full at 4p. By the time we left more diners arrived and occupancy got closer to 50%. No tablecloth or candles in this family restaurant.Menu had good variety, not just Greek entrees. Items were described in readable font size. Alcohol was served, but with limited options. Server described their top dishes and customer favorites. Service was very attentive and excellent throughout the meal. Time from order to drinks, food and bill were all good.I had the traditional Gyro Platter $9.99 and 2 beers at $4.99 each. It came with a small salad, fries and was excellent. Large portions, well cooked, plated attractively and delicious. Wife chose the house special chicken kabob with rice and vegies - $9.99 with tea $2.59. She liked the meal. Bottom Line: This has been the top ranked place in town for years. Must be doing something right. Agreed: They have very good food and service and value that is hard to beat. We'll be back.
4 based on 65 reviews
I didn't want or need a large lunch, so I was looking for something light. So I got a small Greek salad. No meat, just a lot of veggies and the accompanying feta, dressing, etc. I got it to-go.While most of the lettuce was fine, and had a good dark hue of green, some of it and nearly all the celery had already started to turn brown on the edges and translucent; good enough for home maybe, but not what I expect from a restaurant. Had I decided to eat in the restaurant, I would have pointed this out to the server.Otherwise, the meal was satisfying.
Was passing by and decided to give Village 2 a try. Used to stop all the time when they had their bigger restaurant opened on Russell Pkwy. My son and I had the Chicken Souvlaki, Avgololemon soup, Original Greek Salad. The soup was authentic, maybe a bit too thick but really good. Souvlaki was good. The Greek Salad came with a house Greek dressing that I did not like so, being Greek myself I just asked to have some Lemons and olive oil and I dressed the salad myself...oh...the service is SUPER fast!!!
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