Reviewing Konstantino’s Greek and Italian Restaurant in Bastrop, Texas

Konstantinos Greek and Italian restaurant is located at 1214 West Highway 71 in Bastrop. The hours of operation of the restaurant are for lunch from Wednesday through Friday from 11:00 A. to 2:30 P.M, and dinner Tuesday through Thursday 5:00 P.M to  9:00 P.M, Friday and Saturday from 5:00 P.M to 10:00 P.M and Sunday from 11:00 A.M to 8:00 P.M.. The ambiance of the restaurant is very laid back with green walls and purple grape themes and open windows inside the restaurant to divide the rooms.

For their wine lists they have wines from Italy, Bulgaria and Greece such as the Fontina Candida Pinot Grigio from the Friuli region in Italy for $4.00 a glass, the Boyar reserve merlot from Bulgaria for $4.00 a glass or the Amethystos Cabernet for $7.50.

For their appetizer you can order the Bruschetta pomodoro which is grilled French bread topped with diced tomato, basil, and olive oil, garlic and Kessari cheese for $5.95, fried calamari for $7.25, or the spanakopita which is phyllo layered with feta cheese and spinach served with Tziziki sauce for $6.55 or if you can not decide then you can order the Greek sampler which includes an eggplant dip, tarama, gyro, dolmathakia, and pita bread for $10.99.

For the Greek dishes you can order the Moussaka which is eggplant, potatoes, seasoned beef and béchamel sauce for $11.95, or the Imam which is grilled eggplant with sautéed onion, tomatoes, parsley, and white wine and topped with cheese for $10.95, or the Brisola Riganati which is marinated pork T-bone served with Greek roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables for $15.95.

For their Pastaria section you can order the penne a la Greque which is penne pasta with red peppers, kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, tomatoes, green onions topped with Feta cheese for $10.95, or the classic lasagna for $11.95, or even the Manicotti which are seasoned ricotta cheese wrapped in a pasta shell with Marinara sauce for $9.95.