If you like generous portions, dancing waiters, and feta, you'll love El Greco. Start with the bread basket and marinated vegetables, and then move on to Greek standards such as moussaka, lamb, or calamari. House wine and beer accompany any meal, and coffee or dessert will round out the dining experience—the baklava is not to be missed. The service is attentive, and will often break out into song and dance when the traditional Greek music suits them (and you are certainly allowed to join). Located conveniently on the Grand Place but with prices that ignore the tourist tax, El Greco may just have you coming back for more.
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