We were in the inner west and thought to have Greek for our second dinner. Surprised it was full on a Saturday night at around 9pm.
Uncle 'Tzimmy' Classic w/ pork: tomato, tzatziki, onion, paprika and chips, wrapped in pita-$10.50
The Zeus-Lamb: signature slow-cooked lamb with Aegean slaw, smoked eggplant, onion and parsley-$12.50
Yay for nicely wrapped/folded pitas. The were decent sized pieces of pork, with relatively healthy tzatziki, which tasted fresh, interesting to have chips inside. The lamb were cut into smaller bits, so wished they had larger chunks. Aegean slaw was creamy with a nice subtle smokiness from the eggplant Probably too much raw onion in it...Personally found the pita bread too oily, and if you touched the pita, you could feel/see the oil on your hands...
Salad: green beans, fig, feta, herbs, roast almond, balsamic and olive oil-$13.50
A healthier option for my dad, but it was the most disappointing dish.Some green beans which cost more than meat. I saw fid in the description and decided on this salad, but turned out to be dry figs. The roasted almonds were really good, and do was the dressing without the balsamic being too sour. Would have preferred the feta scattered throughout the salad rather than one slice, but it was good cheese (: