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Santorini Greek Cuisine Coming to Lincroft

Just drove by the old Kimchi Sushi in Lincroft and saw a sign in the window saying that Santorini Greek Cuisine is coming soon.

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    1. re: corvette johnny

      I'm amused by the five people who have already rated it 4 or 5 stars before it opens!

      I also am looking forward to the opening... I live only a mile away.

      1. re: drongo

        Mandatory Picture of Santorini - Check
        Mandatory Blue Repeating Border - Check

        This could be good..

        From facebook:
        Opening a new Greek Restaurant in Lincroft, NJ. Former Onwers of Jimmys Greek American Grill

        1. re: drongo

          I actually looked around trying to find reviews you mentioned above. I didn't see any????

          1. re: corvette johnny


            Just people they know clicked the stars on facebook, not actually "reviews"

              1. re: coldsolderjoint

                I find the 4 star review particularly hilarious.

                1. re: joonjoon

                  yeah I just checked it out....funny stuff.

                  I hope this place has some tasty olives and bread...one thing Nikkos has going for it.

            1. re: drongo

              Santorini Grill -Greek Cuisine-We will be opening September. We got our stars from our loyal customers. We had a greek Restaurant in spotswood,sold it. And our customers are following us. It will be worth the wait. We will be serving lunch and dinner. BYOB and will have live entertainment. Probably on the weekends. hours 11:00-10:00 7 days a week

                1. re: vathis

                  Will there be a menu available online?

            2. At least it's not another Italian/Sushi joint. I miss Kimchi Sushi though.

              For those who haven't been, Queso next door is excellent. But you need a degree to learn how to order off their menu.

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              1. re: joonjoon

                Mangos in Sayreville has the same system. Before we went to Queso yesterday, I looked at the menu on-line and figured out what I wanted ahead of time.

                It seems like the menu is designed to let people end up with an expensive item without realizing it.

              2. Drove by as they were putting up their sign...