Kokoras Greek Grill Coupons and Deals
Spiros and Demetra Rouvas have brought the charm and delicious fare of a small Greek tavern to West Seattle. Get a taste of their traditional dishes with this deal from Kokoras Greek Grill: • $12 for $25 to spend on food and drink • Menu includes gyro platters, sandwiches, pitas, salads, daily specials, and more • Open seven days a week on California Avenue SW Want more? Check out Kokoras Greek Grill on Facebook.
Scout Notes: Spiro and Demetra Rouvas opened Kokoras Greek Grill in 2006. The name, which is the Greek word for “rooster,” spawned from Spiro’s love of soccer after seeing a rooster on a leash (the French team mascot) during a World Cup game. Adorned with kitschy rooster flare and portraits of Spiro’s homeland of Corfu in the Greek isles, the cozy atmosphere will make you feel like part of the family. Everything on the menu is prepared fresh daily and inspired by the traditional flavors of Greece. This little taverna is more than a neighborhood favorite; hungry patrons flock from far-and-wide to get a taste of the festival of homemade Greek delights Kokoras serves up. Perhaps it’s the fresh hand-cut meats that Spiro marinates to perfection each day that draw the regulars from Bellevue, Gig Harbor and beyond. Or maybe it’s the signature vinaigrette dressing that will make your taste buds sing OPA! This top-secret recipe is so popular that Spiro started bottling it for individual sale (available in the restaurant only). Also adored are the daily specials which keep customers returning week-after-week such as Lamb Chops on Saturdays or Moussaka on Thursdays. Whatever you decide to try, you’ll feel (and taste) the love that goes into every bite. Menu Highlights: Gyro – Arguably the best in Seattle, the pita bread is made fresh with olive oil, Greek spices and garlic, $8 Lamb Stuffed Bourekia – The special on Monday and Tuesday, the Bourekia plate comes with salad, pita, rice pilaf and 2 Bourekia stuffed with fresh ground lamb, $14.50 Souvlaki Dinner Platter – Choice of hand-cut meat marinated and grilled; served with salad, pita, tzatziki and choice of rice pilaf flavored with currants and cinnamon or Greek fries, $18.50 Baba Ghanoush – Pureed baked eggplant, lemon, tahini, garlic, olive oil and sea salt, served with pita bread, $3 Village Salad – Traditional Greek salad with feta cheese, Greek olives, pepperoncinis, tomatoes, onion, green peppers, cucumbers, olive oil, oregano and sea salt, served with pita, $11 to $16.75 Soupa – Avgolemono and Lentil soups are homemade daily $3 to $5.25. Hours: Monday – Friday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Drop into Kokoras Greek Grill for good times and great food. The restaurant isa neighborhood favorite, and offers a casual, friendly dining atmospherethat you and your friends are sure to enjoy. Kokoras Greek Grill also featuresa friendly, professional staff of great people, who will make sure you enjoyyour visit and that Kokoras Greek Grill lives up to its reputation for pleasantdining and superb cuisine. The menu offers an inspired array of selectionsthat is sure to satisfy everyone in your group, every time. Be sure to askyour server about new selections, daily specials, and special chef'screations. Whether you're in the mood for casual dining or a specialoccasion, Kokoras Greek Grill is sure to please.