Olympian Grill Menu

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  • L A.

    We love Olympian! The food is consistently good & reasonable. The servers are friendly & efficient. We enjoy sitting at the bar. It's a family restaurant, so the bar is small but has one big TV. Lots of friendly regulars. Breakfast on Sunday's is great too. One of our favorite places to go. The salads are awesome. They actually cook their chicken ...not processed & re-heated like a lot of restaurants. Delicious.

    (4)
  • Robert M.

    Best Greek Italian in Greenville! Glad I found them after their move! To be seated on a Sunday make sure you arrive before 2pm! You'll be glad you did!

    (5)
  • Jb M.

    I had the Chicken Corfu, my wife had the Eggplant Parmesan, and the kids had a hamburger and a meatball panini. First up, the sweet tea: it was really good...good sugar to water to tea ratio. I'm told the cola products were fine as well. So here, good so far. The rolls came with a whipped garlic butter, and these were definitely a hit. We also got a plate of hummus which was really smooth, really creamy, but not terribly flavourful. This was served with fried pita which almost made me think I was dipping state fair bread into the hummus. I liked that. My wife said the Eggplant Parm was above average, but didn't like the presentation...the entree was served on top of her spaghetti and when she went to cut it, she ended up cutting through the pasta. Since she's a twirler this didn't work for her. My daughter, who is not really a hamburger eater, did some good eating on her burger and steak fries (though to be fair, she'd not really experienced the steak fry before and was a little bit put off.) My son loved the meatball panini. I thought the Chicken Corfu was quite good. The olives had a really nice flavor, the feta a nice bite, but the chicken was a good bit overcooked. One other problem...all the olives were in a mass in the very middle of the dish. I was several bites into my entree before I actually found them. Portions were generous, but even so, I felt the prices were a bit too expensive (52 dollars for two adults and two kids.) Anyway, I'll go back again sometime, though it probably won't be placed into my regular rotation.

    (3)
  • Rodney C.

    Great house special pizza and the rice pudding was excellent. They were busy on a sat night but the service was still great.

    (5)
  • Ana O.

    Since moving here, I have been on a quest to find a great gyro here in the Upstate. I've been here for both Sunday breakfast and dinner, and I was hopeful after the breakfast that we might find a decent one here. Unfortunately, this proved not to be the case. Still, they do have some decent items on the breakfast and the dinner menu other than their gyro, which is why I am debating between two and three stars. I have been fortunate to order tasty items both times we were here, whereas my partner unfortunately has not. On our breakfast trip, I ordered the Greek Omelet with home fries and he ordered the Eggs Florentine with grits. The omelet was delicious - a reasonably-sized omelet loaded with both spinach and feta. And the home fries were crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and well-seasoned. This was definitely a four star meal. The Florentine was less great, with a smaller portion and mediocre Hollandaise (definitely not homemade). The grits were mostly flavorless and not terribly creamy, possibly instant. His meal was in two-star territory. We also ordered coffee, which was standard crappy diner coffee. However, breakfast was less than $20 and he agreed that he would come back and try something different on the menu, seeing as my omelet was good. On our dinner trip, I ordered the Chicken Souvlaki and he ordered the Gyro dinner plate. Before our dinners came, our waitress brought out a couple of rolls for us. The rolls were tasty - great crustiness on the outside and a tender bread inside, and served with an absolutely delightful garlic herb whipped butter. This was probably the best part of the meal. Quickly the rest of the food came out. The chicken was super moist and full of flavor. For $12, it included a two decent sized boneless chicken pieces. I've never ordered it and gotten whole breasts before, as I have always seen it cut into bite-size pieces or small slices similar to gyro meat, but it was tasty. It came with tzaziki, a quartered pita, and a side. I had got the garlic mashed potatoes, which I wouldn't order again, as I am pretty sure they were a combination of fresh potatoes and instant (which was weird) and quite bland. In my hometown, we had a fast-food gyro place that had huge portions for less than $10, as well as being super delicious. I still hold all places to a similarly high standard. Unfortunately, the gyro at Olympian Grill was not even close. The gyro dinner plate was $12, which included a sliced up pita, some meat, tzatziki sauce, and a side dish. First off, why do restaurants cut the pita up in quarters??? I thought the whole point was to be able to create your own gyro. Also, why no onions or feta to do with it? Most places at least include those items, or even some lettuce. The portion of meat you got for that price was very small; it would have been enough for one gyro sandwich that was a little light on the meat. Very frustrating. The meat was decent, but I suspect it is not made in-house. And finally, the service and ambiance. The interior of the place is nice, with ample tables spaces far enough apart. The lighting was a little dark, but it adds a nice ambiance to the place. Service was good at breakfast but less good at dinner. It was ok through dinner, and then it was time to pay, we waited more than 15 minutes after we had finished eating for our waitress to come drop by the check. By the time, our water glasses were empty and the waitress had not bothered to refill them. It was frustrating, since our food had come out quickly. I would try this place again, but I would definitely not get the gyro again. For now I'm giving it two and a half stars, but it might change upon another trip here.

    (2)
  • Al T.

    Serving up authentic Greek food since 1993, the Olympian pleases guests with large portions at affordable prices. Try the Moussaka, their signature Greek entree, but expect the heavy, oily, spud centered portion you're used to. Carefully prepared, thinly sliced eggplant is layered with ground beef then topped with a bechamel that almost becomes a souffle when baked. Greek salads are fresh and tasty, studded with plump olives and feta cheese. You shouldn't miss the opportunity to try this restaurant. With friendly service and good prices, this restaurant is tempting enough to eat there every day.

    (4)
  • Dustin R.

    We went to eat at this restaurant at around 2:30pm and no one ever came to seat us or even acknowledge we were there. We walked over to the bar and nothing. Just moved over to this side of town and was looking for some good food. We ended up just walking out after almost 10 minutes waiting. My wife was disappointed.

    (1)
  • Matthew R.

    Excellent food, service and pricing tradiional greek dishes and lots of house specials. Do yourself a favor, get the house salad and the coto-calzone, layers of marinated greek chicken tenders and ham, absolutely an incredible combination, dee-lish

    (4)
  • Beth And Jim S.

    He said: I cant figure out why we came here twice. It isn't good - it's right off the SYSCO truck. Those gyro slices were awful. Greek potatoes were nearly OK. I'll be honest, I'll not go back. Waitress incorrectly "corrected" our pronunciation of bruschetta - uh, customer is always right and, in this case, actually right. She said: It had been such a long time since we had been here before, we gave this place a second try. The food was OK, but we won't go back.

    (3)
  • Sally S.

    Every time I go I get something different! They have a new chef and the food has dramatically increased in flavor! Very delicious!

    (5)
  • Karen B.

    Nice atmosphere. Food was good, not outstanding. Our server was very nice though. I think it has potential, the chef need to work on some of the dishes. It is like they are good, but not quite hitting the mark.

    (3)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10
  • Mon : 11:00 am - 10

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Brunch, Dessert
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes

Categories

Greek Cuisine

Greek food is a fine melody of the finest pressed olive oil, fresh fermented bread, colorful vegetables, juicy meat, sea food all cooked in spices and fresh rosemary. The people from Greek were great scholars who aimed to excel in everything they do. The results are quite visible in their food as they are the inventors of olive oil which is beneficial to health. Greeks also made different type of wines from the best quality of grapes fermented in controlled environment.

Today, you can find hundreds of restaurants offering authentic Greek food or popularly termed as Mediterranean cuisine in New York city alone. People wait in line to taste the exotic Greek dishes like saganaki, taramasalata, souvlaki, loukoumades, spanakopita, moussaka, and many more. One thing which most people like about these authentic Greek dishes is abundant use of lemon juice, olive oil, fresh rosemary and sea salt. A smart mix of few ingredients can virtually take you on the pebble streets of beautiful city of Greece.

For those who don't have time to enjoy fine dining should try tasting the famous souvlaki with pita which is type of meat dish, also a trademark Greek fast food. For those who are vegetarian, or vegan can try different versions of Greek Salad. So, if you wish to enjoy a hearty yet healthy meal that tastes divine then try dining at the best Greek restaurant in your city. Greek cuisine not only tastes good but also help maintain your body in a natural way through healthy diet.

Italian Cuisine

The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.

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