Greek Festival in Norfolk…

Eating, Music, and Everything Greek Under The  Tent

I had mousaka, spanikopita, Greek salad (lunch) and baklava (dessert)

Nothing like a box of loukoumades to take home – donut holes deep fried, dipped in honey and sprinkled with sesame seeds – Yum!

Greek flags flying as decoration inside the tent.

The smells were authentic. The sounds of Greek music were  enjoyable. The food was outstanding! Ohpah!

 

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6 Responses to Greek Festival in Norfolk…

  1. Kathryn says:

    well, it wasn’t Greek, but we did eat at a Turkish restaurant in Washington, DC last Friday. It was really good, too. You know, I am an unofficial “Turk”

  2. Kathryn says:

    food was great, i had a type of ravioli (manti) with a garlic/yoghurt sauce, all made by hand, guys had a type of meatball (köfte), lamb chop, and sliced meat (döner), meat cooked on a vertical spit and sliced off, rice, and grilled veggies. Probably similar to Greek food also. Dessert was a type of round cake/cookie drenched in syrup, similar to baklava, and a shepherd salad with feta cheese and olives. was not cheap though, but it’s OK for an event.

  3. Hannah-Joy says:

    Soooooo jealous! I haven’t been to a greek festival in ages! I did have an excellent Gyro over the weekend though.

    • frogsview says:

      I love gyros. They had everything Greek under the sun – from pastitsio to mousaka to baklava – yum!

      I think there is one in Raleigh sometime this summer. You ought to watch for it. I know one time it was at the state fair ground..

  4. Kathryn says:

    we also have a Greek festival in our local area sometime soon, have never gone to it, but maybe will try it out sometime.

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