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Review: Platia Greek Kouzina

Staff reporter Catie Reeves reviews Greek restaurant Platia.

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Staff reporter Catie Reeves reviews Greek restaurant Platia.

Catie Reeves, Staff Reporter

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Other than the usual pita chips and hummus dip, many people are very unfamiliar with authentic Greek cuisine. Platia is a restaurant new to Frisco, just opening a couple of months ago. Serving a unique assortment of entrees original to the Greek culture, its environment is truly fresh to the community.

Trying something new can be difficult especially when it comes to food. Branching off from your regular favorite restaurants can be a risk that you sometimes are unwilling to make. It may seem as though Greek food is something very foreign that is rarely thought of. However this restaurant is truly a great way to add variety to your pallette.

Entering the restaurant an aroma of savory smells with engulf your senses. The Brizola Steak and a macaroni dish called the Pastitsio will surely impress you. Dinner did not disappoint and was very satisfying. There are a variety of options available on the menu that will bait you into trying something new. It is a healthy alternative for any family and is a fun way to venture beyond your regular dinner.

The service at Platia is great and is a good way to be exposed to Greek culture. The restaurant incorporates the Greek society within its decoration and structure. Outside is a beautiful patio that incorporates originality.

It is always memorable to try something out of your comfort zone, and this Greek cuisine will be sure to add an adventurous thrill to your breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

 

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  1. katie mark on April 18th, 2017 10:12 pm

    Platia is definitely not new, been open since I moved here nearly nine years ago.

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