Tripolis is an open late Greek restaurant in the heart of Chomedey. The walls here are covered in murals of rugged countrysides and ruins, and the tables are often full of men who seem to have a lot to talk about over ouzo and snacks. This place is a paradise for anyone who's been sweating it out on the nightshift or on the dance floor. It offers the kind of full, freshly cooked meals you'd think you'd only ever be able to find during regular dining hours. All fish, seafood and marinated meats are exposed through the window of a counter near the kitchen. On the seaside, you can choose from squid, whole red snapper, whiting and sardines. Usually, all appear to come from the nearby fish market. The grilled octopus, in particular, rivals what we offer in the most prominent institutions. The chunks are both soft and firm, simply seasoned with olive oil, lemon and onions. Most entrees are served with a generous portion of Greek or Village Salad.
And what would a Greek restaurant without the souvlaki? Tripolis prepares one of the best souvlaki available. You can ask pork, marinated chicken or veal chops. Besides the souvlaki, there are also very tasty lamb chops and attitude loukaniko (Greek sausage) that are available.