Bad!!. Went there today for the first time. The name was very attractive since I love Greek food. We went in on a Sunday. The wait took very long. Once we got our food I discovered a hair in my Greek Omelette. I told the server about it and she, did not even apologize. 15 min wait while my friends were eating. The food quality was miserable, my wife ordered an eggs benedict which came with an nacho cheese on top which was just hard to eat and not enjoyable in any form. The food is far from authentic greek, mostly because its a cheeply made american dish with feta cheese on top, making it suddenly greek. All in all: Bad Service, Long wait, Bad food quality, over prized, not authentic greek. would not recommend it and will never go there again. Very very disappointing performance.
Not worth your $10. Save your money or go somewhere else. We went to Olympian for breakfast because they always have signs for breakfast that were really inexpensive and I can appreciate a good dive with cheap breakfast. However, when we finally looked at the menu the prices were fairly average for breakfast but a lot more than what I would spend on a dive breakfast. We received our food, and it was terrible. The eggs were undercooked, the biscuits were pillsbury (out of a can), the gravy also tasted like it was from a can with chunks of jimmy dean pre-cooked sausage links. Gross! The biscuits and gravy were $7.00 and not good. Now why would I go to a restaurant with canned B&G when I can go to Ruth's for $3.00 cheaper or Squatters for the same price and get 10x better food. Total disappointment. Also, the breakfast plate I ordered with 3 eggs, hashbrowns and cheap white sandwich bread was $6.00, and for that I'd rather go to Cracker Barrel where at least I can get some grits and the quality is much better and thats not saying much.
used to be great. this place used to do a wonderful breakfast but since they expanded to offer dinner service breakfast is now so so. the dining room is very clean, the hostess, who i think is an owner is friendly, the service is so so, and the food is o.k.
Another in Salt Lake's long line of Greek-themed coffee shops..
The booths are comfy and the whole place is immaculately clean. It gets packed during weekend breakfast hours, so be prepared to wait a few minutes in the cramped lobby.
Breakfast is the star--and it's served all day. If you're craving meat in the morning, go with either the lemon-garlic marinated pork and eggs or the more-tender-than-you'd-expect steak and eggs. Each is served with mushy hash browns and either toast or pancakes. The star omelet is made with bacon, feta, onions and tomatoes. Kids love the French toast combo--with two pieces of bacon and two links of sausage. Top dinner choices include cinnamon-scented, feta-topped Greek spaghetti and the share-able Greek plate--meatballs, dolmathes, marinated pork, salad and garlic bread.
Best pancakes & waffles. The blueberry pancakes and Belgian waffles are worth it alone-- but try the marinated steak and eggs. Always good.
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