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About EOS Greek Cuisine
Authentic Greek cuisine in a modern atmosphere. Family owned and operated we designed EOS to be an entire Greek experience for our customers. Our cuisine echoes our passion for the flavors and aromas we enjoy now and lovingly remember growing up. We use only the freshest ingredients, farm raised animals, locally grown produce, and highest quality of imported seafood. We feature a wide variety of available Greek wines as well as Domestic and International varieties. Undiminished freshness and simplicity is our goal, paired with a cool, relaxed atmosphere to provide an authentic Greek experience.
Stamford, CT 06901
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30pm - 4:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Spring and Broad Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Experience a taste of Greece. We cater corporate parties to weddings and everything in between. We offer both private parties at EOS or off site catering. EOS is an excellent space for a private party. The clean lines make a perfect blank canvas for whatever your catering needs may be. In addition EOS offers full service event planning. Call to speak with Nikki to custom tailor your next event.
Street meter parking and city lots are available.
Bar Dining, Beer, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Experience a taste of Greece. We cater corporate parties to weddings and everything in between. We offer both private parties at EOS or off site catering.
EOS Greek Cuisine Ratings and Reviews
I brought my husband here to celebrate his birthday (which I noted on the reservation). The décor felt like it was trying to be modern, but it came across as ordinary; certainly not a deal breaker for us. That said, the service was flat out abysmal, ruining our special evening. My appetizer came out promptly; however, after a 1/2 hour had passed, we had to flag down the waiter (since he never checked on us) asking if they had forgotten about my husband's. A bus person, not our waiter, told us it would be out soon. I had completely finished my appetizer before his arrived -- no one likes to watch someone else eat while they sit hungry. Throughout our meal, the waiter was typically nowhere to be found. Case in point, our main course was brought out, and we had to flag the hostess down to get a fork to actually eat it.
The tyrokafteri was good, tzatziki and taramasalata were fairly bland, the lamb chops and shank were very good, but not outstanding, and the orzo was delicious. Overall, we've definitely had much more flavorful Greek elsewhere.
The ambiance was further marred by the constant blast of arctic winds coming in the front door. We were in the first booth, so my feet/ankles were like ice the entire time. A woman at the table next to us wore her puffy coat while dining after they couldn't accommodate her request to move to a warmer table. This issue truly needs to be resolved for the winter months.
The waiter finally addressed the terrible service as he gave us our check, a.k.a. Tip Time, blaming it on "Everyone coming in at once." Finally, as we were literally out the door, the hostess wished my husband a Happy Birthday. That would've been a nice touch at any point earlier, but again, personal service doesn't seem to be their strong suit.
In summary, this place feels like "The only show in town" when it comes to Greek, so it makes sense for locals. For everyone else, I'd recommend traveling to one of the far better choices in Manhattan and Westchester.
We took advantage of the three course Stamford Restaurant Week menu, which was a decent deal. The selections were very limited, but since everything at Eos is well prepared, it wasn't hard to find a satisfying meal. Highly recommend the grilled fish, which was very fresh and perfectly cooked. The desserts we chose, baklava and walnut cake, were delicious and each was a perfect portion size.
The restaurant was almost empty on a Wednesday at 8, so of course service was excellent, but I've been at busier times and never had a problem with service.
Very disappointed with the service. Felt ignored by the waiter. I think he only came by once to see if we needed anything. Ordered 3 dips to start with. Got 2 of what we ordered. The 3rd one was not what we ordered. Also ordered an appetizer for the table to share that never came. My Bronzino was very good. The lamb shank not so much. We sort of felt like we were a nuisance for having chosen to eat there on a cold rainy night. Will be taking EOS off our list.
The food was authentic and we have been quite pleased in the past (very hospitable owner). The waiter on this visit unfortunately was very surly and unhelpful, and one of the worst service experiences we have had in a while. Was unwilling to accommodate simple food requests. Would not be going there again anytime soon.
My husband and I returned to Eos after having a fantastic experience the last time we were there. This time was different. While nothing was exactly bad, it just wasn't nearly as good, both the food and the service. It was little things, like the fact that we had an early reservation so there were plenty of tables to seat us at and we were brought to one that wasn't in the best spot; or the fact that the white wine wasn't as chilled as it should be; or that the pita given before the meal was served only with olive oil this time. On the positive side, we did enjoy our entrees. My husband and I don't get a date night very often and were excited to return to Eos. Not that we would never go back, but I'm sure our next date night will be elsewhere.
EOS is a gem. This is a wonderful family owned and run restaurant. The Matriarch is in the kitchen. If you love Greek food, this is the place to go. The best Saganaki in the tri-state area. And the daily specials will keep you busy. Great fish. Great new dishes.
And service that cares about you.
Go try it out.
The restaurant had one waiter and two bus boys. They had two little kids manning the hostess area. The busboys were pleasant enough but the waiter was on the grumpy side. Also, the restaurant was dimly lit and seemed to have gone down a couple of notches in terms of the quality of food, ambiance and service. Some of the dishes were still very tasty though.
I've always enjoyed eating there, but I have to say that like most restaurants, it just gets way too loud. Had it not been a very hot summer night, we would have dined outside. I wish they would do something about soundproofing. The food is consistently good, but not sure if the same chef is still there because the chicken with the fabulous lemon potatoes wasn't as great as I remembered it. The fish my husband ordered was really beautifully seasoned, but the fish was overcooked. So maybe they were having an off night. It will not stop me from returning. I especially like the grilled octopus and often have that for lunch on salad and it is very good.
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