While it may not be completely authentic, Greek on the Grill offers quality Greek dishes for those on a budget. (Other Greek restaurants in the city might charge you three or four times more for a Greek salad only slightly larger). Although the portions are small, Greek on the Grill is our go-to place for a souvlaki pita. The meat, cooked on the grill, is juicy and tender; the tomatoes and lettuce are consistently fresh; and there’s a generous helping of yogurt-rich tzatziki sauce. Souvlakis range between 5,500 to 6,000 won and there’s not a single item that goes over 8,000 won. Really broke and craving some Greek? The souvlaki stick with a side of tzatziki sauce, though it may make you hungrier than when you started, is only 3,000 won. There’s space enough for four people to sit inside, and during the summer, a few plastic tables are set up outside. Service is always friendly and they offer several kinds of beer if you can afford it, too.
|Venue name:||Greek on the Grill||Contact:|
52, Bogwang-ro 59-gil
|Transport:||Noksapyeong Station (line 6), exit 3|
|Price:||Chicken souvlaki 5,500 won, pork or lamb souvlaki 6,000 won|