Lauren McKay – 14th April, 2019
Amazing food, fab service and great value for money. Would completely recommend!
Graham Bamford – 2nd April, 2019
Great value for money.
L Feeley – 26th March, 2019
Absolutely fantastic enjoyed every part of my meal from start to finish
Bridget Whalley – 16th March, 2019
Well worth a visit. Excellent food and service.
Derek Bondarrion – 14th March, 2019
I hope they succeed and stay in Blackburn for years to come.
If you like: good food. Good entertainment. Relaxed and warm friendly atmosphere. This is the place to go. BRILLIANT thank you x
Had a amazing night, the staff are amazing.
Very quiet when I visited with a friend early Friday evening, but that didn't stop the wonderful staff giving it their all to ensure we were looked after and having a good time. Currently the menu is solely a [big] selection of Meze (similar to Tapas), with a choice of 3, or all (7 I think) courses, each consisting of 3 or 4 dishes. The portions are HUGE and it is rare that I'm beaten! Luckily, staff are happy to make up doggy bags � The menu will expand once a further chef, on his way from Greece I understand, starts. The food is excellent, a lot of dishes incorporate cheese and so are quite rich. The Spanakopita (spinach pie), Tiropita (cheese pie), chicken fillets, souvlaki (kebab), fried battered aubergine and courgette, prawn Saganaki (baked with cheese), kalamari (squid), taramasalata, dolmades (stuffed vine leaves), moussaka, Saganaki (baked battered hard cheese) and Greek style potatoes were all delicious. I had a small glass of the house white wine (Greek), which was very nice - a selection of other wines, including red, plus Greek beers and spirits are also available. Live Greek music was provided by both accomplished guitarist and bouzouki players, singing traditional songs. There was also dancing and diners were invited to join in with Sirtaki from Zorba the Greek; if you can move after all the food, it is great fun! Very authentic and a wonderful addition to restaurant choices in Blackburn. Run by the East Lancashire Deaf Society, it is by no means an amateur establishment. I would highly recommend The Parthenon and hope it grows in popularity, is supported by he local and wider community, and will become an established and lasting venue for a wonderful evening out.