Yianni's is an outstanding restaurant. The decor is beautiful, the service was beyond great, and the food was wonderful. I highly recommend the grilled octopus appetizer. It was out of this world! We also had the assorted spreads appetizer, which was really tasty as well. The best part of the meal for me was the dessert. I had the baklava parfait, and I am already craving more, which is really saying something because I do not have a sweet tooth. Overall, it was a great experience. - Angel
4 out of 5
Very good seafood, good service. Nice atmosphere. - Jean
3 out of 3
Stopped in while driving from Harrisburg to Long Island. Coming across 78, you really miss out on some of the cool little towns along the way, but we stumbled onto Yianni's and are quite thankful we did.
We started off with a free flaming cheese appetizer (thanks, four square!), which was quite tasty. I had the gyro platter and my wife had the white fish in the tomato, parsley and onion sauce (all in a clay pot), and a side of tzatziki.
The gyro platter was solid, while it wasn't the best I have ever had (it was a tad bit dried out), my wife's fish was quite tasty, and the tzatziki... oh, the tzatziki.
Over the last eight months I have been on a personal mission to find the best tzatziki ever (or at least within driving distance). Today, I found a contender. Talk about cucumbery, garlicy goodness... I am tempted to drive from Long Island back to Bethlehem just for another round of tzatziki.
Yianni's might be a little out of the way (if you are on 78), but it is well worth the drive, and quite tasty and beautiful inside (according to my wife, who notices such things). - Matt. S
4 out of 5
We ate here while visiting Bethlehem recently and were quite impressed. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the interior is very welcoming. The food and service were great, from the appetizers to dessert. We were all quite happy with our meals and plan on returning in the near future. I highly recommend this restaurant for great ambience, good food and outstanding service!! - Monla
4 out of 5
Yianni's is a full-on Greek restaurant with traditional foods. In the Greek tradition, Easter is a true Feast Day with each course having both religious and culinary significance. The Easter menu was prix fixe with four full courses. Aside from paying the bill. dinner was like visiting a friend's home in Greece, festive, welcoming and delicious. - ynkedragon
5 out of 5
Dropped in for happy hour to watch a little March Madness and enjoy a Greek dinner at the Yianni's bar.
This time was as good as the last. Meredity took good care of me with some Greek Syrah. Had Garides Keftiri (shrimp, red pepper & feta in filo) appetizer, Lavraki (whole snapper) as my entre and Loukamades (Greek doughnut equivalent to beignets or maybe sopapillas). Greek coffee to polish off the experience. Left stuffed.
Yianni's is tucked away off of 378 and easy to miss. Don't though. The atmosphere is relaxing. The furniture was custom-made, imported from Greece. Dinner can be served anywhere in the restaurant: bar, lounge area or dining room. This is my new favorite when I travel to the area. - Perry M.
5 out of 5