The interior brings a rustic Greek-diner vibe which is cool and slick, a lot like the owner Dimi Konstantopoulous.
The Middlesbrough promotion-winning goalkeeper has produced a gem in this little eaterie which brings a slice of Greece to Teesside.
The patterned floor tiles are beautiful and provide a solid centrepiece to the restaurant – close to where Dimi’s shirts hang proudly on the wall.
The menu is crisp and clean and very reasonably priced, ranging from £2.10 to £11.90.
Halloumi brings a lovely strong cheese taste, but even if you’re not a cheese fan it’s not too overpowering.
There is just enough oil and the texture is as you would expect from Halloumi, it’s rubbery – but in a good way.
Trying to save money? Portion sizes are spot on, you could easily share as you get about five pieces of a decent size.
If you love Nandos Halloumi, this is a fantastic competitor.
Greek Sausage brings a big portion with fantastic presentation.
The smoky taste of the sausages work well with the spicy paprika sauce, which isn’t too hot.
Four pitta breads come with the meal alongside a few pieces of pork.
The succulant, juicy taste is gorgeous and sits lovely on the tastebuds.
Very filling, bargain for the price of £7.95.
The Kebab wrap arrives in a pitta bread, with a choice of sauce.
Two kebab sausages fill the pitta along with chips and salad.
The herby, hearty sausages are tasty and juicy.
Well worth the £4.95.
Chips Comple is a side which can easily be shared between two people.
The homemade chunky country style chips are topped with ‘Great sauce’ and parmesan. The sauce is a kind of mild curry, very moreish.
We went during the day, it was quiet but nice, it’s probably a lot busier on a night with a different vibe.
Takeaway is available though so there’s no issue with waiting for a table.
Can’t fault it.