Loren wanted a salad for dinner, so we stopped at Kostas Family Restaurant in Dillsboro. They were pretty busy for a Monday evening. Guess there are a lot of other tourists like us in town to see the fall colors.
Loren ordered a small Greek salad and one came with my meal.
It’s funny, I’m so used to Greek food around the Tarpon Springs, Florida area that it was odd not to see potato salad in the Greek salad. The dressing was tasty though. The yeast rolls were soft and yummy.
We ordered the spinach artichoke dip for an appetizer and Loren also got some hummus.
The spinach artichoke dip was really good. The pita bread served with it was warm and soft. This is one of those dishes you can’t stop eating. Loren liked the hummus as well. As usual, I had to try the pastitsio.
This one had all the right flavors. The bechemel sauce was very creamy and yummy. The only issue I had with it was that the edges & bottom were a bit overcooked. Crunchy is not a texture I want in a pasta dish. I don’t like green beans, but Loren tasted them and said they were good. I think he said something to the effect of, “Mmmm… cooked in bacon”. We also got some desserts to take back to the B&B for later.
I got the French Silk Pie, which tasted exactly like the ones you get at Village Inn and Loren got the baklava. He said it was tasty. Total bill with a drink was $35.
Kosta Family Restaurant
489 Haywood Rd