The Goodfilla Platter, which included tzatziki, skordalia (tasted like garlicky mashed potato), Greek salad, pitta bread, lamb cutlets, haloumi (grilled, which is the best way to have the cheese), chicken and lamb souvlakia, Greek Sausages, meatballs, BBQ octopus, calamari, prawns:
The Horiatiki (aka Greek Salad). Pictured is the undressed salad, additional to the one that came with the platter, ordered for me because my tummy was not doing great after the previous night's dinner (apparently I had eaten too much of the yummy chilli crab sauce):
Despite the fact that both Rob and his dad said they weren't that hungry, two desserts were ordered ("There's always room for dessert", they say). I'm fine with that, so long as I get to have a taste and not be expected to eat at least half (I'm usually too full by the end of a meal to have room for dessert, especially the rich ones that hubby always gets).
Galaktoboureko, a semolina-based custard-filled phyllo pastry. This one wasn't actually that great (FIL was pretty disappointed), but I know that galaktoboureko can be a delicious dessert because I've had good ones before:
Bougatsa - warm phyllo pastry filled with Goodfilla's special cream and cinammon sauce. I quite liked this one:
Good food at the Goodfillas!
Shop 6 Samuel Village
11 Samuel Street
Camp Hill QLD 4152
Tel. +61 7 3395 2223