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Located in beautiful Lake Mary, the Krazy Greek Kitchen represents European charisma and charm. Enjoy your meal on our terrace overlooking Lake Mary's Central Park or within our modern yet casual dining area. Whether your craving a Gyro or one of our more unique dishes, we promise you'll enjoy your experience! Kali Oreksi!


Brought our friends to experience the Krazy Greek Kitchen. The menu was good, our selections came just as we ordered them. Our waiter completed the evening, he was knowledgeable, fun and his service completed a great evening.


I wanted to really like this place as I had hoped for a decent Greek restaurant with a bit more atmosphere than the other place in town. The food was lackluster/poorly executed, overly salted, unimaginative (usual Greek-American fare) and service was equally uninspired as well. Our reservation was for 6:15pm on a Saturday evening and the one dish that stuck out as the atypical Greek-American fare (Char-Broiled Octopus) was "sold out". I'm guessing it's never available as most seemed perfectly content with the mall food court favorite of Gyros given the plates we saw leaving the kitchen. The server we had was seemingly not wanting to be there, as demonstrated by her mumbled "opa" when she lit our Saganaki appetizer. We felt the same way too.


Kyle (Orlando)·Dined on June 28, 2014I wanted to really like this place as I had hoped for a decent Greek restaurant with a bit more atmosphere than the other place in town. The food was lackluster/poorly executed, overly salted, unimaginative (usual Greek-American fare) and service was equally uninspired as well. Our reservation was for 6:15pm on a Saturday evening and the one dish that stuck out as the atypical Greek-American fare (Char-Broiled Octopus) was "sold out". I'm guessing it's never available as most seemed perfectly content with the mall food court favorite of Gyros given the plates we saw leaving the kitchen. The server we had was seemingly not wanting to be there, as demonstrated by her mumbled "opa" when she lit our Saganaki appetizer. We felt the same way too.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood2ambience2service2


Kyle (Orlando)·Dined on June 28, 2014I wanted to really like this place as I had hoped for a decent Greek restaurant with a bit more atmosphere than the other place in town. The food was lackluster/poorly executed, overly salted, unimaginative (usual Greek-American fare) and service was equally uninspired as well. Our reservation was for 6:15pm on a Saturday evening and the one dish that stuck out as the atypical Greek-American fare (Char-Broiled Octopus) was "sold out". I'm guessing it's never available as most seemed perfectly content with the mall food court favorite of Gyros given the plates we saw leaving the kitchen. The server we had was seemingly not wanting to be there, as demonstrated by her mumbled "opa" when she lit our Saganaki appetizer. We felt the same way too.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report


Kyle (Orlando)·Dined on June 28, 2014I wanted to really like this place as I had hoped for a decent Greek restaurant with a bit more atmosphere than the other place in town. The food was lackluster/poorly executed, overly salted, unimaginative (usual Greek-American fare) and service was equally uninspired as well. Our reservation was for 6:15pm on a Saturday evening and the one dish that stuck out as the atypical Greek-American fare (Char-Broiled Octopus) was "sold out". I'm guessing it's never available as most seemed perfectly content with the mall food court favorite of Gyros given the plates we saw leaving the kitchen. The server we had was seemingly not wanting to be there, as demonstrated by her mumbled "opa" when she lit our Saganaki appetizer. We felt the same way too.


Dined here as a courtesy to my visiting brother-in-law who is of Greek heritage. Since I'm not an expert on authentic Greek food, we trusted his opinion. He enjoyed everything we ordered, which was a nice sampler of several items, including the Greek meatballs, spanikopita, etc. Will definitely return on our own. It's a nice casual local place, and the server (Seth) was excellent!


Julie (Orlando)·Dined on April 13, 2017Dined here as a courtesy to my visiting brother-in-law who is of Greek heritage. Since I'm not an expert on authentic Greek food, we trusted his opinion. He enjoyed everything we ordered, which was a nice sampler of several items, including the Greek meatballs, spanikopita, etc. Will definitely return on our own. It's a nice casual local place, and the server (Seth) was excellent!Tags: Neighborhood GemWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood4ambience4service5value4


Julie (Orlando)·Dined on April 13, 2017Dined here as a courtesy to my visiting brother-in-law who is of Greek heritage. Since I'm not an expert on authentic Greek food, we trusted his opinion. He enjoyed everything we ordered, which was a nice sampler of several items, including the Greek meatballs, spanikopita, etc. Will definitely return on our own. It's a nice casual local place, and the server (Seth) was excellent!Tags: Neighborhood GemWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report


Julie (Orlando)·Dined on April 13, 2017Dined here as a courtesy to my visiting brother-in-law who is of Greek heritage. Since I'm not an expert on authentic Greek food, we trusted his opinion. He enjoyed everything we ordered, which was a nice sampler of several items, including the Greek meatballs, spanikopita, etc. Will definitely return on our own. It's a nice casual local place, and the server (Seth) was excellent!Tags: Neighborhood Gem


We arrived late after work on a reservation, we were greeting at the door with open arms. Our waiter explained the specials in depth and even recommended a Greek red-wine that was fabulous. The diner was delicious, the Chicken Aegean was full of flavor. I know we we found our neighborhood dining spot!!


OpenTable Diner (Orlando)·Dined on December 21, 2015We had a date night here and left really disappointed. The Saganoki failed to flame table side and we were told it was their last piece available so there was no chance for a redo. We ordered a chicken entree that was suppose to be served in a garlic butter wine sauce, but strangely enough everything came out covered in a marinara sauce. We asked to have something different and opted for another chicken dish which was better. However they didn't bring the sides we asked for out fresh with the meal and it took quite a while to get the entree made. The kicker of the evening was when the first entree was left on the table and we were told when it came time to box things up that they had to throw it away or charge us for it. Just not the night we had hoped for at all and that just left a very bad taste in our mouth as far as customer service is concerned. I really don't think we will be back and it's a shame because we love Greek food and live locally.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood2ambience2service2value2


OpenTable Diner (Orlando)·Dined on December 21, 2015We had a date night here and left really disappointed. The Saganoki failed to flame table side and we were told it was their last piece available so there was no chance for a redo. We ordered a chicken entree that was suppose to be served in a garlic butter wine sauce, but strangely enough everything came out covered in a marinara sauce. We asked to have something different and opted for another chicken dish which was better. However they didn't bring the sides we asked for out fresh with the meal and it took quite a while to get the entree made. The kicker of the evening was when the first entree was left on the table and we were told when it came time to box things up that they had to throw it away or charge us for it. Just not the night we had hoped for at all and that just left a very bad taste in our mouth as far as customer service is concerned. I really don't think we will be back and it's a shame because we love Greek food and live locally.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report


OpenTable Diner (Orlando)·Dined on December 21, 2015We had a date night here and left really disappointed. The Saganoki failed to flame table side and we were told it was their last piece available so there was no chance for a redo. We ordered a chicken entree that was suppose to be served in a garlic butter wine sauce, but strangely enough everything came out covered in a marinara sauce. We asked to have something different and opted for another chicken dish which was better. However they didn't bring the sides we asked for out fresh with the meal and it took quite a while to get the entree made. The kicker of the evening was when the first entree was left on the table and we were told when it came time to box things up that they had to throw it away or charge us for it. Just not the night we had hoped for at all and that just left a very bad taste in our mouth as far as customer service is concerned. I really don't think we will be back and it's a shame because we love Greek food and live locally.