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The Greek Taverna


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6828C Old Dominion Dr.
Mclean, VA, DC 22101
703 556 0788
Mon - Fri 11:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Sun - Sun 5:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Category: Restaurants
Tags: greek, mediterranian

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Price Range: Spendy, $31-60
Accepts Credit Cards: yes
Parking: Garage
Wheelchair Accessible: yes

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The Greek Taverna
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This one is a real find . Unfortunately not in my home town.
The restaurant is located on Old Dominion Drive. The clean parking garage is behind and under the restaurant with an elevator to the shop levels . About 90% of my meals at restaurants and I had just arrived from staying at the Waldorf-Astoria. I only say this to give you a baseline by which to judge this reviewer. The meal ... Ahh! The special recommended by the waiter. T..e..n..d..e..r lean lamb.I ranked this is my top 3 lamb meals ever. This was served this potatoes and some delicious snap beans. They weren't stingy . This was preceded by a salad of lettuce , cucumber, tomatoes.The bread was excellent . I used it to sop up every last drop of the salad dressing and main course juices . Awesome... . Oh!... and baklava don't miss it . Best baklava I have ever had. This place was so clean I asked if they had just opened . 16 years at this location . Pleasant, clean, no glitz ... but the food! Hmmm! Expect to pay about $25 to$30 per person. My wife enjoyed her meal as well. We both agreed on the baklava . We will be back . KS

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