I went with my dad to ambrosia for a late lunch. The service was great and the food was also very good, but the prices were a little steep. The stuffed hot peppers were some of the best we've ever had but there were only...More
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There are lots of places to eat in Buffalo's Elmwood Village, but Ambrosia is one of the jewels in the Elmwood Village's culinary crown. The Greco-American cuisine can't be beat and the service is excellent.
The breakfast is awesome ,. Home fries are great from scratch,... Then whole wheat bread ha shot nutS in it best I ever hsd
Ambrosia has always had the problem of a noisy dining room, due to many hard surfaces. The seating near the open windows on a lovely summer lunchtime, however, is nice. Baked fish, Greek salad, and a half-order of Greek potatoes (I got the full order,...More
Everything was delicious. Call ahead if you're going at a busy time and make a reservation. This is a nice airy restaurant with friendly service. Do try the Sunday morning crepes!
In one word, the food was horrible. I am greek and know well how these dishes are supposed to taste. We ordered gigantes - normally, a delicious lima bean dish in the oven. It was as if someone poured cheap convenience store marinara sauce over...More
First time here. I had the ambrosia pasta - VERY GOOD. The beef slouvaki was a little lacking compared to other Greek themed places. We were served warm white wine and the waitress was new and couldn't open it. Overall it was enjoyable. I'll come...More
Stopped in this place on our way through Buffalo, in need of a quick and simple lunch. Very pleasantly surprised! Grilled chicken was moist and nicely seasoned, not overcooked as these things often are. Fries were excellent, local soda hit the spot. Perfect neighbourhood diner.