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4 based on 181 reviews
Excellent, authentic Spanish tapas. We had an excellent business lunch with a group of 5 (reservations accepted), and ordered a cornucopia of deliciousness. Among the plates: the sardines, the calamari, the mushrooms, the spicy potatoes, the croqueta, the ham.....each one was outstanding and we all shared. Spanish coffee afterwards--wow! Our server was attentive and professional. A charming space. Also they host soccer viewing events during the World Cup and that is always a lot of fun! Great for lunch or dinner. Highly recommend.
4 based on 328 reviews
Santorini is an enjoyable, great meal option in Greektown. The prices here are reasonable, with good, reliable Greek/Mediterranean fare. Our server was very good, friendly, and efficient. Of course, if you can grab a seat outside in nice weather, this is a fantastic sidewalk dining spot!
4 based on 639 reviews
I ate at Pegasus with my family on a recent visit to Detroit. The restaurant was somewhat busy when we arrived, but we had not trouble getting a table. The greeting staff were friendly and welcoming. Our server was helpful and efficient. He was busy with several tables and was not overly friendly, but he did his job well. The restaurant was basically well maintained. There were a few minor maintenance issues I noticed where paint needed to be touched up or minor items needed to be repaired. The restroom was clean and well stocked. The food was good. The quality of the food was good and it was cooked well. The gyros were good. The beef was very good. We enjoyed the Saganaki. I can recommend a visit to Pegasus.Glad we could welcome you to Detroit with some tasty gyros! Thanks for grabbing a bite with us -- and for the compliments on our team. We're looking forward to having you back next time you're in town. Best,Management
4 based on 188 reviews
Detroits longest running Greek restaurant since 1971! For over 48 years we have been serving metro Detroit with 100% homemade lamb Gyro (YEERO)! A must stop when in Greektown, outdoor seating and rooftop available. Full bar and over 80 selections of local
This place is advertised as the oldest restaurant in Greek town in Detroit. The restaurant is nothing fancy, but clean with friendly servers and a fast kitchen. We had the saganaki and a gyro platter and it was great! The gyro, onion, and tomato come smothered in a rich lemony garlic tzatziki sauce and has a pita covering it all. Truly amazing. Make sure to stop in Greek town when in Detroit and make sure the Golden Fleece is on your must visit list.
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