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Greek food in the suburbs- give it a try!!

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  • pamd Nov 25, 2008 06:55 AM
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Greco-Roman is priced very well, and great Greek style food. They also have pizzas/strombolis, but I have not tried them (just seen strombolis ordered & well liked). Homemade soups vary daily.
Greek food is hard to find in the area, but we've never been disappointed. Everything is homemade & fresh, and the staff/chef are so nice! Great dolmades, moussaka, etc...

It's located on Main St, near Trooper (Eagleville/Norristown)

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  1. I'll second the recommendation. Love their Greek pizza and have always had great food. Staff and owner are very nice...once I came in to get a pizza and forgot my money. The owner told me to pay him the next time I was in. You just don't get this type of treatment anymore.

    1. We have been really happy with this place, too! Great prices and food and it's a little closer than Bryn Mawr for us.

      1. Lourdes Taverna in Bryn Mawr. Amazing food. Even the Tzatiki (spelling?) is better than anywhere else I have been. Classic Greek specialties, but better than anywhere else. The Pasticio is to die for. Sometimes, as a special, they have these amazing extra large Scallops. Cooked perfectly, not over seasoned. The boss is also the chef and she is very talented. The Maitre'd is her son and is a really nice and accomodating guy! Call & make a reservation, it's a small place..Bring your own Booze and also, bring cash. Lourdes doesn't accept American Express. Or Visa, or Mastercard for that matter.