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The Greek Easter feast at Georgia Kambolis’ house in West Vancouver has been a yearly tradition for foodies and media who’ve been lucky enough to get an invitation. With Nu’s winter rebranding as a Greek restaurant, Georgia and her son, restaurateur Harry Kambolis, decided to change things up a bit.

This year, the event has been pushed to late June, to coincide with Vancouver’s 21st Greek Day on Broadway, and everyone’s invited.


On Saturday, June 25, starting at 4 pm, Nu will serve lamb roasted on a spit and a generous buffet of Greek dishes including spanakopitas, charred octopus, dolmades, keftedes, kota, baked pastitso and calamari. The cost of the feast is only $25.00.

Lamb on the spit

“We Greeks are famous for our hospitality, and for our parties,” says Georgia Kambolis. “I’m very excited to be hosting this get-together, this time, right on the water. It’ll be just like being on the Aegean!”

“For the first time, we’ve partnered with the Hellenic Canadian Congress of B.C.,” says Harry Kambolis. “We’re pleased to host a party that promotes the sights, sounds and tastes of Greece in the lead-up to their big day on Broadway. There’s a lot of simpatico this year.”

At the family-oriented street festival on Sunday, June 26th, mother and son will be doing cooking demonstrations for the crowds at the Greek Culinary Tent at 3050 West Broadway (The Big-O Tire lot). Times to be announced.

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