The menu is extremely varied, featuring famous Greek dishes, homemade burgers, as well as seaside must-haves such as fish and chips and knickerbocker glories. A family-run establishment, the owners of Seaton Restaurant are very welcoming to all their visitors, and their personable, down-to-earth manner is infinitely better than the altogether hostile attitude of the vast majority of waiters who work in London.
The kleftiko, one of the home-made specials is a fantastic blend of succulent a lamb on the bone, cooked in a slow oven and served with chips and salad. Cooked to perfection with the optimal blend of herbs and spices, all the ingredients come together fabulously for a true treat.
The home-made burger was also fantastic, far better than even those that come from specific burger joints like GBK. If burgers or lamb aren't to your palate, however, there is a surprisingly extensive range on the menu, from ravioli to lasagne to vegetarian omelette and absolutely everything in between.
The variety of starters is also above that of your typical restaurant, the we had bread & a range of Greek dips for starters, of which the pink one (I've forgotten what it's called) was my favourite; it was heaven!
Portion sizes are also generous, which again, is a welcome change from the two-bites-and-you've-finished size plates you get in London restaurants. We had a huge plate of Greek salad between us, and it complemented the meat & chips of our meals fantastically.
I've been to a lot of restaurants, and it's been a long time since I've found one that I recommend as much as Seaton Restaurant. Amazing service, very reasonable prices, and best of all, some of the best cuisine I've had for an age, I could not recommend this place enough.
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