Zorba - Greek cuisine

This restaurant is located in the beautiful Century village which itself gives a really nice vibe when you enter owing to the natural surroundings. I was invited to Zorba to try out their food. 

They have seating indoors as well as outdoors. We sat outside since we wanted the natural vibe, but close to the indoors so we could get a bit of the cool breeze from the air-conditioning inside as the weather was warm. 

We started with the potato and leek soup which was really delicious. From the texture to the flavours, it was totally on point and felt really comforting. 

For the salad, we had Greek salad which had cucumber, tomato, onion, bell peppers, and was drizzled with olive oil and mild spices. It tasted really fresh and I liked the fact that it had a generously sized piece of feta on it. 

After this we had the Caesar salad. The egg in this was very prominent and overall tasted just about alright. 

For the drinks, they got us their green cola. It does not have sugar or preservatives. It has sweeteners from the Stevia plant and natural caffeine. It looked and tasted almost like regular cola and is knows as 'green' since it is organic. 

For our mains, we had the chicken gyros which is a famous traditional Greek dish. These are thin slices of chicken served with tomato, onion, and tzatziki (Greek yoghurt and cucumber). I liked the spices that they used to make the chicken but it was a bit on the saltier side. 

For our dessert, we had the Yiaourti Me Meli which is made from yoghurt, honey, and various nuts. This was something really different from most of the dessert we generally have, and worth trying. 

They have used a nice blue and white theme for the indoors. Overall, it was a good enough experience. 

Zorba Greek Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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