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Minos Greek Souvlaki Restaurant

Kamloops, BC

George is back in his old usual digs after briefly relocating to the former (and now again) Beach House Restaurant.  It didn’t work out so they came back and booted Stella’s Pasta off the menu and now once again is an exclusively Greek restaurant.  Their Urbanspoon reviews lately have been very mixed so we thought we would go check Minos for ourselves even though we really like the Greek food at Dorian’s Downtown. 

Guess what we ordered for an appetizer?  You guessed right if you said Calamari.  Minos Calamari was fried just right despite the appearance of looking under-cooked.  They were crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.  It was all rings so it made my wife happy but this tentacle lover would have loved a mixture of rings and tentacles.  Still, I thought it lacked flavor eaten on its own so we squeezed the zesty juice of some lemons to burst out the subtle flavor of the Calamari.

Our main entrees were tasty and good but their portion size appears to have shrunk since the last time we were there.  Don’t get me wrong, there was enough food on the plate but compared to Dorian’s, their price to portion ratio is high.  We didn’t think that our dinner at Minos was anything special warrantying us to choose it over Dorian’s for our next Greek feast but that said, we didn’t think Minos was bad.  It is our personal preference, just like why some prefer Coke over Pepsi.  Either way, Kamloops is well served with two quality Greek restaurants within our city limits.

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