Reviews

Went Twice!“My husband and I went here for dinner and split the saganaki. We kept fighting over it, so we went back the next night so we could each have our own. The first night my husband got a feta and roasted red pepper dip, which was quite tasty. It reminded me of pimento cheese.”

Fantastic & Friendly! – “Stoped in the other day, and was pleasantly surprised by how good this place is. There are many places to eat in the area, so it is always tough to chose. We were thrilled with this selection. Fresh flowers on the table. A hard working proud enthusiastic owner and amazingly good food. I cant remember the name of the dish I ordered, but it was a noodle and ground meat dish and it was incredible. We are looking forward to a return trip

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Oh, My! What a treat this local community is in for. Opa! Opa! is a family owned business and everything is made with TLC. Our friend found this spot  last month and did a take -out order of spanakopita and a Greek salad. She was so impressed with the freshness  of the salad and flakiness of the spinach pie that she made reservations for the six of us last night.
We were all impressed from the minute we walked into the restaurant:  divine food to the awesome service to a chat with the chef/owner.   It has been open since October and the word is getting out. Here’s why….
As soon as we sat down, we were greeted warmly, water glasses filled and the most  yummy pita bread was placed in front of us. Three of us had the special Greek style loin lamb chops; they were grilled perfectly and had a wonderful flavor.  The dinners come with a variety of sides  and  a large salad . Two of our friends had the Greek salad and spanakopta; their favorite and I had a Gyro sandwich . Special dietary requests were no problems for the chef , so everyone was happy. Some of us had a piece of baklava- not too sweet  but sooo delicious!!  We all wish this new gem a bright future.

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