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Wine & Moussaka, Ealing

Out last night in Ealing with my mate Matt and feeling adventurous we eshewed the usual curry and tried Wine and Mousaka. I have often walked past it and the mock tudor exterior is very distinctive. Inside is a small but cosy restaurant, we shown to a small table and ordered some dips and halloumi to start with and kleftiko for Matt and Soulvaki for me to follow. The dips were extremely tasty and fresh and the halloumi was flavoursome and soft. We were given plenty of pitta bread with it and polished off the lot. The mains were also excellent, I like grilled meat and when done properly like here over charcoal the taste and texture are magnificent. Matt's kleftiko fell of the bone just like it should. All of this was washed down with some lovely cold Keo beer. We had a lovely medium greek coffe to finish off and som baklava served with ice cream which was delicious. The bill was a very reasonable £67, the service was friendly and prompt. We enjoyed the atmosphere in this little gem especially the greek version of Wonderwall. Will definetly go back soon

Thursday, March 19, 2009
Overall rating
Food 9 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 9 | Value for money 9

I will never forget the greek bouzouki version of Wonderwall, definitive if I'm honest

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