After spending the afternoon exploring the Kingston Penitentiary, we decided to head back into town (where we were staying with my aunt in her summer home) and relax for a good while. For dinner we made reservations to another one of my favourite Kingston restaurants, an authentic Greek restaurant called Greco’s. Greco’s is another favourite of mine and a restaurant that I’ve been to numerous times in the past with my family. The restaurant is family owned and operated, with the grandfather in the kitchen making the authentic old style Greek food, and the grandson serving tables. It is a small little restaurant but always fairly busy because of the quality of the food. I’ve been told that the lamb is amazing, as well as the chicken skewers, but I’m a pescaterian so I stick to the fish dishes like the fried shrimp, and they are always delicious. Also important to note is that the potatoes which are soaked in lemon, and the house made Tzatziki sauce is amazing. They also serve incredible Greek desserts such as Bougatsa – a traditional dessert of phyllo pastry filled with cream. I wish I had a picture to go with the description but it was quickly eaten by all the moment it arrived to the table.