We are going to endeavor to write a post about a Greek restaurant without using the cliche word "opa" (D'oh! We just did). We have by no means tried every Greek restaurant in town but we just can't stop ourselves from coming back to Santorini's. We love an excuse to go to the Fountain Square area and the food is just so darn good. This past weekend, we chose a couple of sampler options to get as many different tastes as we could. Mrs. WYA! made a meal out of a cup of delicious lentil soup and the "Combination of 3" appetizers. The appetizers she chose included Spanokopita and Tiropita because we just can't visit a Greek restaurant without getting these little phyllo dough pieces of heaven. Spanokopita is our favorite but, if you aren't a spinach fan, the tiropita is creamed feta so it is quite good too. The third appetizer was hummus with so much pita bread that some had to come home with us. Mr. WYA! chose the "Santorini Special Combination" platter. As you can see from the last picture, it is a ridiculously generous amount of food. It's a great way to get a taste of several of their dishes including moussaka, pastitsio, and gyro. Their menu explains what everything is in case you aren't familiar with Greek food (and you can click the menu photos for larger images). It's a pretty, festive place and, inevitably, we have fun watching someone get the flaming cheese while we are there. We had particularly good service when we were there this past weekend. If you are lucky, you'll get the extremely polished and helpful Bill to wait on you.