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Posted by Neighborhood girl on 06/01/2009
You cannot beat Greek Corner's delicious and fresh food, and the prices make it a great value! I highly recommend any of the salads (which come with a delicious dressing that's light on oil and lemony), wraps, Grecian chicken, moussaka (the spices are especially delicious), the Philly Chicken sandwich...come to think of it, even their huge cheeseburger and fries enough for at least two are great, so give something a try here. The very casual dining-in area, which helps keep the high quality food from reaching Greektown prices, is extended in good weather to an outdoor patio for dining alfresco. BYOB and hang out with your friends. And don't forget to have a piece of the home made baklava. Oh, yum.
Posted by staybeautiful on 04/03/2009
i grabbed some take-out at greek corner last week for the first time in probably 2 years. it's actually even better than i remembered and i'm going to start eating there regularly again. i actually feel like it was less expensive now than when i used to eat there. my total bill for two was about $17.00 for a chicken philly, gyros, and greek fries - all of which are fantastic. no need to sit in traffic to get to greektown...that's what i say. the only downside is that they close at 9pm.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2008
I went here recently after driving by countless times, and I have to say, I was not disapointed! I ordered the Gyro Platter, which was great, the gyro meat was real Greek gyro meat, not the mixed meats that you some times find in the states. The portion was generous, and though it was no frills (plastic plates and forks), I thought it was quite charming. When I go back, I think I'll go for the gyro sandwich (at 4.50, how can you go wrong!), along with a greek salad. I highly recommend the Greek Corner for a casual weeknight dinner.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2007
I just went to this restaurant for the 1st time and I thought it was pretty nice. It's a good place to grab a quick bite or sit down for a casual evening. The outdoor patio is highly recommended, as long as the weather is good. I tried the chicken and pork gyro, Both were terrific! The prices are decent, for 2 of us having a full dinner with a couple coffees, was about $20. It is also a BYOB friendly place, so drink up. As far as I know, they do not serve alcohol, but there is a liquor store right across the street when you can get some and bring it to the restaurant. Overall, I'd definitely go back again.
Posted by They should read this on 10/20/2006
In the beginning, it was great to see a new eating establishment in the hood! However, lately I realized that their prices are too high! I am not sure why everything cost nine dollars or more. A chicken sandwich with a drink without fries will set you back about eight dollars and forty-five cents! Gyros with fries with a drink about the same. But when you order Gyros plate you are supposed to get more! Not likely because just an order of fries will cost you 2Bucks. Good Lord as Chris Rock would say! As native of Chicago, you can go to Greek town and spend a fortune on a mediocre dinner. I recommend if have not been there already check out Athenian Room in Lincoln Park or Cross Roads in Evanston you won’t be disappointed! We have Leona’s, Cleo’s, High Dive, McD, Picante, Wendy’s, Odges, La Pasadita, Harold’s Chicken, Boston’s Beef, and Underdogs, Bob San, Thai Village, Inn joy. Even the crappy bar that used to be known as Borderline now Tavern has better specials. The point is you should get something when you spend $9 Bucks for takeout. They should look at Leona’s model and learn that you can give a little more food and make more on the return when customers come back because of the good food and the servings. You better off going to Nilda’s on Wolcott & Iowa and buying your self 3 or 4 PBR’s!