Compliment The House. Arrive 30 minutes late
Greek cuisine has a long tradition and its flavours change with the season and its geography. Greek cookery, historically a forerunner of Western cuisine, spread its culinary influence - via ancient Rome - throughout Europe and beyond.
Dining out is common in Greece, and has been for quite some time. The Taverna
and Estiatorio are widespread, serving traditional Greek home cooking at
affordable prices to both locals and tourists. Recently, fast-food has also
become more popular in Greece and Europe, with local chains such as Goody's
springing up. Although fast food is gaining
popularity and many major fast-food chains have opened all over Greece, the
Greek people still rely primarily on the rich and extensive dishes of the
The list of most popular foods in Greece can be represented below;
Starters - Greek Salad, Aubergine Salad, Saganaki, Prawns saganaki, Spinach Pie, Tzatziki, Keftedes, Dolmades, Kreatopites, Greek chicken Salad, Homous, Gigantes, Oxtapus Marinated, Skordalia.
Main Dishes - Moussaka, Lamb on the spit, Roast Lamb, Kokoretsi, Souvlaki, Stifado, Pastitsio, Gemista, Exohiko, Bifteki
Desserts - Ravani, Halvas, Baklavas, Galaktompouriko.
They have a wonderful choice of genuine home cooked cuisine and meals, that are all freshly prepared using only the highest quality of ingredients, and attention to detail and taste.
All meats and vegetables are locally produced. Through recipes and traditions passed down through generations, they offer a truly unique set of meals, made with some very special herbs from the mountains of Pelion
George began his training from the young age of eight while growing up in the family restaurant. After high school, George attended the Academy of Culinary Arts in Mays Landing, NJ where he graduated with the school's highest honor, a gold medal.
George has since contributed to increasing Hathaway's already great reputation
as a the best family restaurant/diner by having it named as Burlington County's
best Diner, Breakfast, and Burger, and South Jersey's Best for GREEK Specialties.
Another lamb meal is the Lamb Kertifiko which is described below.
1 boned shoulder of lamb (about 1.5kg)
150ml extra virgin olive oil
3 large cloves garlic, cut into slivers
3 tbsp roughly chopped oregano or rosemary
Juice of 1 large lemon
Salt and freshly ground pepper
George Kyrtatas shows us one of his recipes. (This video may need time to buffer)