best greek place in eastern PA by far. Estia chips is all I have to say about that. Their apps are so addicting its scary
poor customer service food was fair as a traveler from Maryland I would not recommend. coming. ......
Forget it, unless you are going to wait a long time to be served. Especially if you are a non European foreigner. The food which sits in the display is cold when eaten and the man who has a mustache like Oliver from Laurel and Hardy comedy, does not know how to speak to a customer. Again if its a foreigner. I waited for a long time for my order, when given there was a mistake and also not served with what I ordered. The order when given was cold and served from the supposedly hot pan sitting near the counter. It looked like it has been there since a day before. Even the side dishes like samosas were cold sitting in an aluminum tray for a long time. It looked greasy and old. When ordered they put it in a microwave to warm up. Samosas are meant to be eaten fresh and crispy not put in the microwave before serving. I was so disgusted that I refused and left the restaurant. Not a place where I would eat again where service is only for the European Americans and not for the non European foreigners.
Superb! I had dinner with friends at Estia before a concert at the Academy of Music. Unlike many of the Center City restaurant’s near the theaters, this is not a tourist trap. The food was sublime and the ambience lovely. I highly recommend this restaurant.
I attended a Sweet 16 for my God Daughter, as soon as we arrived to Ali Baba's Palace we were greeted by the staff and the place looked amazing. Looking at it from the front you have no idea as to what a beautiful venue this place is. The food was amazing. I consider myself a great person to evaluate food. I am the owner of Delaware Valley DJs.com. I eat catered food more than most from working weddings. Their food was great. I am looking forward to going there again with a date when I get some free time. Andre F.