It's basically dinner and a show at this Parc Avenue Greek hotspot; a riotous bouzouki band holds court from Thursday to Sunday, encouraging diners to ... More
It's basically dinner and a show at this Parc Avenue Greek hotspot; a riotous bouzouki band holds court from Thursday to Sunday, encouraging diners to abandon their meals and take to the dance floor. It's a tough decision, though, specialties like fried bread with a pepper and feta cheese dip and mincemeat patties with mint combine with traditional lamb and seafood appetizers and main courses to form one of the city's finest Greek menus. In the summer, the patio is one of the finest in the area.
It is the most incredible food I ever had. Their grilled octapus is fabulous. Their grilled veggie platter is even better. I have yet to visit this place and leave dissapointed. And the partying is incredible. GREEKS RULE.
I'd heard good things, but overall I was quite disappointed. The saganaki and asparagus starters were quite good, but the three main courses we had were not fantastic - the lamb dinner and lamb chops were both not bad, but the side dishes were all pretty bad - the potatos were nicely flavoured, but cold, the orzo was tasteless and mushy, and the horta (boiled greens) was overcooked and quite bitter. The octopus main course was slightly overcooked, a bit greasy and kind of flavourless.
I would not recommend Mythos - I had a much better experience for about the same money at Philinos, just down the street.
Mythos is just amazing I went there when I traveled to Montreal to see my sister who is married with a greek guy...anyway they told me about the place I was a bit concerned about not being greek but agreed anyway,as I walked in it felt like a energy boost for my soul people laughing dancing it was wonderful..I was just amazed by this culture they live life great,anyway it was amazing and would go back there again..food was excellent ate kalamari for the first time and now i'm craving for more Mmm!
I felt like I knew everybody ...I felt greek for that moment..Thanks Mythos
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