NOTE: This restaurant has since closed.
For my family’s last night here I had to take them to my favorite Greek place in Delray Beach. Greek Bistro is a family-owned restaurant that always leaves me feeling completely satisfied with my meal. I get something different every time I go and I have never been disappointed. First and foremost, I have to comment on the amazing hummus and pita they bring out to table. It’s better than any hummus you could get in Publix or any grocery store, and truthfully it’s better than I’ve gotten in other restaurants. Hummus can be made so many different ways, and everywhere you go it’s going to have a different flavor and texture; finding your favorite is important when you love Greek food! We asked for some of the restaurant’s tzatziki sauce, as well, and that was equally as delicious. The baked pita bread is best when served right out of the oven, with just enough crispiness and you can see the steam rising from the surface.
Each entrée comes with a Greek salad or my family’s personal favorite, the chicken egg-lemon soup. My Bubby, Aunt Patty, Uncle Gary and I go to Greek Bistro a lot and every time they order the soup they rave about it as if it’s the first time they’re trying it; that’s how delicious it is. Although I am partial to the Greek salad and always get that as my starter, the soup really is as good as they say it is.
There is a lot to choose from when it comes to entrées. If you’re feeling very Greek, you can order “From The Old Country,” or if you aren’t feeling too adventurous there are a few Italian options available, as well. There are also selections “From the Grill & Kebobs” and “Fresh From the Sea.” I ordered the