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Posted by Anonymous on 01/12/2008
Went there for dinner on a weekday, three adults. Even when we had a reservation, they still made us wait for almost an hour, that wasn't pleasent to start with. I like the decor, but the dinning room is on the loud side, very hard to have decent conversation. We ordered two fish to share for the 3 of us. I was not impressed with the food quality. The fish is very fresh, no doubt, and it's simply grilled with minimum spices, which I like. After I told the waiter specifically I like my fish very very tender, it still came overcooked. They also didn't do a perfect job deboning, it's not a easy job. We spent $100 each person with only one glass of wine each, for that money, I was expecting much more.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/27/2007
Great appetizers and the freshest fish. Delicious! The only negative are the prices.
Posted by GreekFun on 10/09/2007
The food is consistent here. Always delicious. The atmosphere is really good here too. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to enjoy a great meal. This place is a perfect place to impress people. Great for dates too.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/18/2007
It was a good experience all around. I really liked the decor and the staff was friendly. we got the set menu for threatre crowd, which was good but not to die for. i would recommend it, but don't know if i would def. go back.
Posted by KFC on 08/07/2007
This restaurant is an absolute God-send for anyone who is not constrained by a tight budget and who wants to eat a delicious, yet light and healthy meal. Our waiter was friendly and Greek, so I get the impression that the place is authentic, and it shows in their food, which is delicious. Did i mention the food is absolutely delicious? My salad appetizer was great, and my fish was delish. I topped off my meal with a custard phyllo dessert, and my friends had baklava. Both desserts were out of this world! I will definitely be going back very, very soon!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/19/2007
The entrance is grand, with wall to ceiling glass front, and high ceilings; but everything just goes downhill from there. I realized that it was a famous restaurant only after checking on the internet after coming back home. Starting with the wait at the bar, until they get us a table. It was loud and crowded. The waiter was rushed and pretentious with a thick accent. Our table (maybe just our table, we didn't have reservations) was in a heavy traffic area. It had the seclusion of Grand Central. The bread was sub par. We order some Tzatziki, but it was too sour, and we expected it to be served with some pita, but we had to make do with the bread basket. The fish was good (Trout) and was tart and nicely spiced, but the portion was so small that I had to fix myself dinner after I got home. The asparagus on the side was bland and wilted. The pay-by-the-pound is tricky, and you have no idea what your bill would look like. Watch out!
Posted by anonymous on 02/25/2007
I have been coming here for years and always have an excellent meal. The service is extremely attentive and the ambience is perfect for groups, a date, pre theatre, or a business meal. Last night we had the pre theatre dinner and we each had the octopus appetizer which is one of my favorite dishes. For an entree, we had the lobster and the grilled fish of the day and the fruit plate for dessert. It was a very light meal so we ordered two vegetables our waiter recommended. The meal should have been 45.00 per person which is very fair. We were surprised to see our vegetables were each 17.50. The waiter should have told us since we ordered a few of them. Outside of that, we had an incredible meal and a great evening.