We were lucky to meet the Greek Festival there when we were in town. Wow, it's so interesting! The fragrance there alone can make you dizzy. The ethnic shops, restaurants, coffee shops, specialty stores there are all worth seeing. Even if there's nothing special, I suggest staying here for a short time. Because it's right here at the MRT station.
Why do Greek dishes and mutton predominate? I personally don't like them.
Great dining. Fun. Diana's is a mainstay.
It was already night when I got back to the city by taxi. Greek Town in the west is a good and inexpensive hotel gathering place, and Chinatown in the south. The children were thinking about going back to the hotel to play games. We didn't want to spend time looking for food. We went to a restaurant near the hotel, Miller's Pub, which was built in 1935. Since 1950, four Greek brothers have started to operate. The decoration inside is very interesting, mainly with old paintings and celebrity photos. Food is a typical American food, with barbecued pork chops as a famous dish.* The pork chops are twenty pieces and one large piece, which is better than my own roast: (1) But the fried shrimp and fish are all good, the raw materials are fresh, the bread paste is very thin, and the fried bread is crisp and tender.*