This is an excellent Greek restaurant. Very friendly staff, and informal feeling. Food is outstanding.
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I've walked by for years and finally ate here Friday night. The food was wonderful and the service just the right mix of casual and friendly without intruding on our time. We shared a salad and a couple of small plates plus some wine. I...More
This place warmed my heart! I love coming across gems like this place. It is a family run establishment, with the mother supplying the family recipes and culinary know-how, and the very capable daughter who waits tables and manages the books (from what I gather)....More
Nice setting with very friendly service. Menu is authentic with lots of choices. We had the smelt and lamb with lemon potatoes. Both were tasty, but not fantastic. Prices are a bit high for what you get ($26 for a fairly small plate of lamb...More
This is our family go-to place. The food is simply amazing and more importantly, it's authentic! We have collectively had almost everything on the menu and have never been disappointed. From spot on skordalia to avgolemono to lamb to souvlaki, we always leave stuffed and...More
This place has great food, at a good price. The staff is mostly Greek, and the food is traditional. Be sure to make a reservation.
We have eaten here many times and we have never had a bad meal nor terrible service. The greeting is always warm and welcoming (even when they are very busy). I've never had a dish I did not like. I'm married to a Greek and...More
This is my go-to Greek restaurant in Seattle. After living in Greece as a young adult, finding the perfect Greek place is of utmost importance. The food is fantastic. We usually order a bunch of the small plates and share amongst the group. The main...More
When ever we visit Seattle we always try to eat at Plaka. The menu has a wide variety of selections and the food is well prepared. It's a family run business and the make you feel comfortable. On our last visit there was a large...More
We always are on the lookout for Greek restaurants when we travel and based on other trip advisor reviews we tried Plaka on the weekend. The initial pita bread arrived burned on the face up side...picture about an 8/10 toast burn...why would you even serve...More