Victory Sweet Shop Opens A New Cafe. The recent Victory expansion inevitably will cause some confusion. There are actually two different venues within this singularly addressed business. The bakery has been in existence since 1968. Victory added the Garden Café in 2012. I believe that listing these as separate entities is beneficial to both Victory and 'spooners.
The Garden Victory Café needs to garner a reputation exclusive of the bakery to properly inform the review reading public.
To be honest, our first venture into the café for lunch was mixed. My wife and I ordered a mini hortopita apiece. They both were dry, bitter, and the pastry had a distinctly burnt quality though it was not obvious to the eye. Our cappuccinos were everything one would expect. Baklava was fine, though not nearly close to the best baklava that I have eaten.
We did not order any entrées due to time constraints. Usually unstated, I reserve the right to re-review when that has been accomplished.
Dishes really good with waiters so kind. The price is also really good, I recommend it for important occasions or just for a good dinner for couples or friends. Everything is perfect in this restaurant. I want to go it again!
Service is great- very nice staff. Nice patio in the back too. I forgot my credit card there and they sent it to me by UPS! Really great service.
The food is good. Not the best Greek I’ve had but it was a nice experience. The baklava was good, everything was okay. Those 3 food dishes were $25 each on Thanksgiving. Probably $17 of value each, so a bit pricey. Nice place for a coffee and a nice dessert cake slice.