I had a Greek salad which was excellent. Beautiful to behold and large, very large! Half would have been plenty for a meal. It comes with dolmades, spanakopita and tyropita, all very tasty. My husband had a gyro and baklava. The sandwich was fine, the baklava a little doughy. Our server was great--friendly, helpful answering our questions and efficient.
I think this place is just fantastic, especially for this area. My partner and I discover The Forum a few years ago while on a trip to The Wilds (itself a five star attraction). Any time we come this way, we make sure to time it up so we can stop here for lunch or dinner. This weekend my mom and I were able to stop on Friday on our way down and Sunday on our way home. Friday night we got the dish that sold us on this place, saganaki, a flaming cheese appetizer. So yummy served with hot, homemade breadsticks. We also got homemade chicken noodle soup that was served very hot. We felt we would be hungry enough ( we weren't) to warrant an order of nachos. The nachos were just ok compared to the other items, probably wouldn't get them again.
On Sunday we both ordered the turkey, dressing, and mashed potato dinner. It was so good. The mashed potatoes were perfect and the dressing was better than anything my family has ever been able to come up with at Thanksgiving! It was served with chicken gravy, never my first choice, but the Theo brothers even got that right.
In the past I have tried various soups, even some crazy pepperoni pizza soup, and they have always been good. The stranger they sound, the better they are. We've never tried any of the Italian dishes, I'm always very leery to order Italian at non-Italian places, but the pizza always smells good.
If you're in the area, you're not going to find a better restaurant than The Forum.