Opa Taverna’s Revamped Space, Menu Solidify Its Place in West Chester’s Rich Restaurant Scene

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The revamped and upgraded Opa Taverna has solidified its place in West Chester’s rich restaurant scene as the perfect place for exceptional Pan-Hellenic fare. Image via Main Line Today.

The revamped and upgraded Opa Taverna has solidified its place in West Chester’s rich restaurant scene as the perfect place for exceptional Pan-Hellenic fare, writes Ken Alan for Main Line Today.

The delicious meals are prepared by managing partner and executive chef Konstantinos “Kostas” Botos, who approaches his work with a lightness and finesse. The menu’s offerings vary from the coastal flavors of Cyprus to the skewered street fare of the mainland. It’s also worth noting that the traditional heaviness of northern Greek cuisine does not reign supreme here.

The interior of the eatery does not feature the décor you’d expect at a Greek restaurant. Instead of a blue-and-white flag and plaster statues, the 50-seat space has more of a Scandinavian look to it with calming blond woods and cream-colored stone wall facades. This style is emphasized by the wicker-basket hanging lamps.

In addition to tasty lunch and dinner options that include zesty Greek meatballs and meaty lamb chops, the restaurant features a selection of mouth-watering deserts, including honeyed baklava, custardy bougatsa, and ekmek kataifi.

Read more about Opa Taverna in Main Line Today here.

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