roasted heirloom tomatoes, feta cheese
crispy fingerling potatoes, navy beans, Santorini fava pure
I wanted to dine in Greek Sneek but I was seated in the middle of the bar area of Crush. Greek Sneek does not have a view or the noise of the casino; Crush does. I was able to order from the GS menu. The soup is too die for.
The service was fair at best. This is not typical for a Morton restaurant.
We loved the saganaki, best ever. The Greek salad is tasty but needs more than 2 olives. Lemon soup was very tasty but has no rice in it, which we typical and expected. And the gyros had to be sent back as it was soft and did not look like cooked meat. For $24, there was not much gyros in it but a lot of mushy tomatoes and onions. The accompanying fries were great. Very disappointed with this entree.
Food was good but everything seems very overpriced, even for Vegas.
Service was terrible, food was just okay. Specifically, the Saganaki was HARD-almost as if it was microwaved. Had to cut as if we were using a saw.
Aside from the delicious starter this was an awful experience from beginning to end. This was booked as a date night whilst on holiday.
Woman at table next to us was rudely and loudly on FaceTime. Was clear she had money the way the waiter fawned over her
Entree was cold and of poor quality.
We were given the check mid entree and not offered any other drinks or desserts. Waiter returned twice whilst we were eating to check if we had paid
For a $100 meal the service, food and overall experience was POOR
Such a surprisingly delicious meal in our hotel. We ended up having another meal on our brief visit to Vegas because the food was so good. Highly recommend the fish entrees. Trying to recreate them at home. SO good!!
Be sure to sit in there restaurant and not crush....much quieter and able to talk the ambience is better
I loved this little gem inside MGM. Kabobs, couscous, and grilled feta were really good.
The food was amazing along with the service. SO GOOD!!!
The food and atmosphere was very good but where scammed with the wine selection. We were party of 4 and choose the Alexander Cab which was listed at $58.00 a bottle. The wine steward came over and said they were out of that but had a different year. I am not a wine snob and wouldn’t know the difference and said fine by us. At no time where we told it was a different price. We ended up ordering another during the meal and we split the tab. We did not notice we were charged $125 a bottle until we had paid and left.
Out of towners beware.
All of our food was amazing, classy place but didn't feel snobby. Order the baked feta, was absolutely incredible.
Food, service and experience was amazing. Can’t wait to come back!!
My reservation was confirmed at 21:00 hours. When we arrived, restaurant was closed. So, they received us in other restaurant offering Greek Sneek menu. The restaurant was sharing space with Crush. Food nothing special, slow service, to much noise.
Unfortunately for us they were short staffed. The service seemed rather rushed and no one ever came over to check to see how our martini was or how our dinners were. The lamb in the Shawarma tasted bland and lackluster.....The waiter was nice enough but he was rushed as he told us someone called in sick. As somebody from Greek descent it’s too bad that this restaurant doesnt do Greek food much justice.... It just seems that the owners looked around for something that was needed in the area and decided open a Greek restaurant.There is no love here!
The lamb gyros we ordered the meat was raw and mushy.
Waitress apologized profusely offering a Pizza Replacement.
Did remember our Anniversary with a free dessert.
Excellent service and environment. The food was amazing!
The best saganaki and lamb gyros in Las Vegas! Our village salad was also delicious and our waiter was attentive. We recommend Greek Sneek to anyone who loves great Greek food. The number of customers could be better for more ambiance. Perhaps the prices are too high for this out-of-the-way place in MGM.
Greek Sneek inside MGM for some reason we were seated in Crush the restaurant next to it. Food was good not as authentic as other greek restaurants I’ve ben to.
Not impressed - Greek section was closed so had to sit on Crush side. Had octopus appetizer, not bad but for the price I expected better. Lamb rack portion was small, lamb was cooked correctly but way too shy on spices. Overall you can definitely find better meals at MGM for same spend level, about $100/person. Will not visit this place again.
Get the baked feta appetizer, you won't be disappointed!!!
Great Food! Great Service! Only negative thing is that it is a bit pricey for what you get.
It's Crush with a different menu. Nothing wrong with that.
Great wait staff. Surprised with dessert for anniversary. Delicious food.
Locals so never really go to a restaurant twice since there are so many option town. Not this place!! Been back multiple times! It’s that good! The food; the vibe; it’s just real chill...definitely recommend!
Grabbed a quick bite to eat before Ka, which is right up the hall. Not memorable. Lots of better places to try before I would recommend or go back. But if you need a place to stop on the way to Ka, well maybe plan better than we did...
The menu is a little short, but the food is tasty. We had scallops and a rack of lamb. I also liked their Garnacha vine and ouzu. Both tasted great. The service was outstandingly friendly and helpful.
The restaurant was a little noisy despite not even being full. Expect the Strip prices.
Overall - great value. Definitely recommended.
Nice restaurant except that the Greek portion was actually closed and we sat in the Crush side of the restaurant with a Greek menu.
Service was slow. We were seated in the bar area right next to the hordes of people wandering through the casino. Not very relaxing.
The server didn't pay attention to customers. We ordered the appertizer hummus, and two entree. But only 6 small pita were served with the hummus. We finished within 5 minutes, and then just sat there waited.
The server Natalia, if my memory is correct, only came back one time after about 20 minutes, and asked if we need more pita bread. We said yes please, and she disappeared for another 15 minutes.
We had to asked another server around for more pita bread. It took them another 10 minutes to serve another 6 small pieces of pita bread. Almost at the same time, our entree were served.
Disappointing limited Greek entrees and extremely unattentive waitress/service
Everything was great but the place was dead.. Needed slightly more of a vibe..
Friendly service, moody ambience, and detectible cuisine! For a fancy night out, this one hit the spot!
The place was well put together but this is anything but Greek food. They didn’t even have traditional Greek table wine and the prices were out of this world even for a casino restaurant. Let’s be honest who puts tzatziki on a pizza? Actual Greek pizza is 100 times better than what they served.
Service was lacking. Food just ok. Left after the appetizers, including a 30 minute wait for our check.
Sent food back because it was cold. Gyros mostly pitas very little meet. Limited menu.
Nice atmosphere. Loved the hidden hallway entrance. Food and drinks were delectable. Service was very cordial even during a very busy evening. Wine and cocktail recommendations were spot on. Would eat here every week if we lived in LV. Definitely made my husband happy to find a gyro that was reminiscent of those he ate in Crete while on deployments. Thank you Greek Sneek.
Oh and highly recommend using Open Table for reservations. Or you might just miss the opportunity for some great Greek dining.
It was ok but nothing special
The food was awesome & the location was very cool!
The food was very good! We had the Greek salad and flatbread veggie pizza to start. Great combination! We shared a chicken gyro and fries for the main course. We were not disappointed. The chicken gyro was large enough to share and the fries were crispy just like we like them! Service was excellent!
This could have been a winner. The octopus was awesome. The Gyros OK. The portion of the Octopus was tiny (for over $20.00) while the Gyros was mostly potatoes. Over half of those went back. OK, it is the Las Vegas Strip and most guest may not ever come back anyhow. Much to my surprise the waitress did not operate that way. If I was having dinner at this restaurant every week at least ones, she could have not been friendlier or more attentive. She deserves the best waitress of the strip award. I am coming every year to the strip since 30 years, so she should be proud of this achievement!
Greek Sneek is rated 3.6 stars by 51 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.