Went here this evening with hubby. Fairly quiet, I think about half of the tables were filled (it's a small dining area, maybe 10-12 tables?) Service was fine, high school aged girls working but very cheerful.
I had the Taste of Greece, which had dolmades, spanakopita, and pita with tzatziki, along with feta, and olives. Husband had the linguini with chicken parmesan. He was very pleased with his (I didn't try it) but I did have a bite of the garlic breadstick which was good.
Mine was 4 dolmades, probably a good 6 ounces of feta, 8 wedges of pita, a 5 ounce-ish cup of tzatziki, and a triangle of spanakopita the size of a small plate. I ate the spanakopita as it wouldn't reheat, one dolmade, and took everything else home. Absolutely delicious.
Desserts were a cheesecake, chocolate cake, chocolate cake with a layer of cheesecake, baklava, tiramisu, strawberry shortcake, and banana cake with cream cheese icing (which I grabbed to go but haven't delved into yet).
We were very pleased with our meal. It's kind of hard to find but it's more than worth a stop if you're in the area. I wouldn't put it up against Greektown necessarily, but we'll definitely go back soon. They also did have a respectable kids menu.