IT’S time to get to the new Greek restaurant and takeaway in Cowdenbeath.

Priding itself on fresh meals and a friendly dining experience, Greek Delight opened its doors to customers on March 26 and has been receiving a plethora of good reviews since.

At the helm is Jurxhen Hoxha, a 26-year-old Greek national who has brought his love for his country’s meals to Scotland, his home of four years.

With his family by his side in Greek Delight, he wants locals to “try something new” and make a visit to his business on 321 High Street, the former Greggs shop.

Open seven days a week, Jurxhen told the Times that customers should take advantage of the option to sit-in and enjoy their meal.

He said: “It’s all about the taste and making sure the customer is happy.

“Nothing is pre-cooked, everything is fresh. The difference is in the taste, you can tell. I want people to come here and enjoy themselves, and for them to have the food presented to them as it should be; fresh, hot and with great taste.”

Offering a range of cuisine including Gyros, Kalamaki, Moussaka, Bifteki and more, Greek Delight is available on Just Eat, and delivery drivers are also currently wanted.

For more information, please visit the Facebook page.