Best Kept Secret
Situated in a residential neighbourhood, this upscale eatery caters to the single diner, families or those catching a bite with co workers. With such friendly and helpful staff, it’s a great place for anyone looking to try Greek food for the first time.
Tour of Greece
A Greek restaurant without lamb, well, isn’t a Greek restaurant. Not to worry, the lamb at Grub Med has the patrons continually licking their chops over these highly-lauded racks. As an appetizer or entrée, the Greek salad is a fresh medley of crisp vegetables and crumbled feta cheese. Other dishes that warrant a thumbs-up include the spinach and feta spanikopita, keftedes (Greek dumplings) and the dolmades (spiced beef and rice wrapped in grape leaves). For those wishing to sample a variety of dishes, the traditional Meze dinner (or tour of Greece), provides plate after plate of authentic Mediterranean cuisine.
An intimate atmosphere at Grub Med is created with dim lighting and a rustic, rich décor. Despite the traditional tile floor and a dizzying collection of Greek ornaments lining the walls, this quaint eatery feels warm and comfortable. As seating is limited, it’s a good idea to come early or make a reservation. On a cold day you can’t beat a cozy table by the fireplace.