October 17th, 2010. Sunday Dinner @ Galini Greek Kouzina
Usually Sunday dinner is reserved for my Hebron crew. We are all so busy serving at church that we don’t always get to eat, so by the time we’re done we’re ravenous! Tonight we deviated from the normal path that is Kimchi Palace and went to Galini Greek Kouzina in Langley!
My meal started off with some homemade soup. Nothing spectacular..just soup. I think It was a creamy potato soup with bits of vegetables mixed in.
We shared the Spinach & Artichoke Dip appetizer. Your standard dip & pita. I actually liked the pita bread. Nicely toasted exterior, and the interior wasn’t “gummy”, but had a pleasant soft texture. I think the dip could have been warmer.
Entrees are accompanied by a small side of Greek Salad. I really enjoyed this one. The dressing had a good balance of tartness and of course I love feta cheese and olives!
I had the Mousaka. Layered eggplant, zucchini, potato, ground beef, and bechamel creme baked in an oven. Mmmmmmm~ deliciousness! Loved the creamy texture, the seasoning of the beef was just right, and overall was just a lovely dish. Portion was good, too!
Overall, I have no complaints about Galini. It’s clean, uncomplicated food in a nice, well-kept space, the service is friendly and they can accommodate for groups. No huge revelation, but a pleasant place to go.