Straightforward Mediterranean classics, served in suburban Framingham..
This traditional Greek restaurant keeps local families, many of them from the mother country, coming back for dependable interpretations of standards. The casual dining room is filled most nights, and many of those waiting for a table pass the time in the surprisingly handsome, well-stocked bar. Congenial waiters seem to know many a patron by name.
Large portions plus reasonable prices equals many local favorites. Greek specialties include flaky spinach pies, ground beef and eggplant casserole, and tasty kebabs of beef, chicken and lamb. Entrees are served with a flavorful Greek salad and fluffy rice pilaf or roasted potatoes. From the extensive seafood menu, shrimp and broccoli are served over rice, while fresh scrod is broiled with a light coating of bread crumbs and then brushed with margarine. Desserts like a mocha cappuccino tart are on the lighter side.
Very tasty. Delicious feta in olive oil to dip our pita in, crisp spanakopita, excellent service. The horta was slightly bitter, but this dish is also an acquired taste.
New Favorite!. I was extremely surprised by this restaurant, in a good way! The ambiance is so much trendier and more pleasant than expected from the exterior. Private, hidden booths are romantic! The food is amazing, with a lot of variety. There are dishes for those more traditional or those more daring. I was hesitant at first (not a huge fan of Greek food), but this has turned into a favorite of ours!
The Aegean Framingham. Where else can you get white tablecloths & napkins along with water searved immediately. Not only that, but the large choice of food available will suit anyones taste from the delicious greek food to great fish and pasta. A real crowd pleaser for a great price.
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