Hours: Lunch & Dinner (Mon.-Sat.). Closed Sun.
Inexpensive, fresh, and flavorful, the Greek fare at this long-running family restaurant is worth a drive down Savannah Highway. The modest structure housing Olympik may look old and worn from the outside, but the interior is warm and welcoming. The food is carefully prepared too. They offer familiar standards like gyro plates (beef, lamb, or chicken), hummus, falafel, Greek potatoes, and kebabs, but regulars love the more exotic house specialties, like the crispy, made-to-order Olympik Dosa (a gluten-free wrap made from rice and peas) or the beefy Moussaka casserole. The honey-sweet, melt-in-your-mouth almond marzipan cookies and delicate, homemade baklava are must-have desserts. —T. Ballard Lesemann, Dish (Summer 2012)
Good Greek food at a great price. They have all the standard items, with some really good tzatziki, desserts, dosas, and a small shop for finding authentic imported Greek foods.