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Posted by anonymous NY on 07/15/2009
This isn't the best Greek restaurant I've been to in NY, but it is good . The charcoal grilled chicken was very good, simple but flavorful. The shrimp garides saganaki was also tasty. They were out of several appetitzers the day we ate there which was disappointing, but everything we had was quite good. Worth a try if you're in the neighborhood.
Posted by never eat there on 06/18/2009
I agree with some other people , u will only get a good service is u are in a company of greek people. Don't speak english and rude service
Posted by Marsha on 06/11/2009
I am Greek, and recently decided to try this restaurant with some of my friends. I was not dissapointed, the food was wonderful, service was on point and we had a great time. Everyones food was delicious and tasted just like Greek food should. Definitely get the Fish, its worth the extra money, mine was perfectly seasoned. We got the salad and while it was definitely not Greek (as Greek salad has no lettuce, only tomatoes), it was still pretty good. They even give you olive bread in the bread basket (along w/Pita). While it can be a bit noisy, I dont know why everyone is complaining, I had a great time and will definitely be back!
Posted by Disappointment Galore! on 05/06/2009
Horrible service undercut our experience. Server was not only rude, but hurried us out despite the fact that we had a reservation. They slammed plateware and sliverware down, and might as well have thrown the food at us. When we finished our entree the server brought the bill and said "you didn't want any coffee or dessert right? (as I hand you the check)!" I heard this was a great place for greek but really it's a place to be shoved around. This is especially disappointing because it was my recommendation and first time I met my boyfriend's boss and colleagues. Having to apologize for the horrible recommendation and bad service is no way to get started off on the right foot for business dinners or even a night out with friends.
Posted by FlatironFoodie on 03/15/2009
I ate at Ethos for the first time with a friend last night. I live in the neighborhood but hadn't eaten here yet. Though the rest of our meal was great, DO NOT order the greek salad. Just putting greek cheese on tomatoes and scraps of lettuce does not constitute a true greek salad. Aside from not being authentic, it was not good at all. That being said, the dips, spanakopita and the rest of our meal was great! I'll definitely go back, just not for a salad.
Posted by Carolina on 02/18/2009
I live in the neighborhood and eat at Ethos often. From the outside, it's not a place I'd choose if I didn't live close by, but is worth traveling to. It's also very crowded and noisy. That said, it's some of the best food you'll get--my favorite is the grilled octopus on salad greens--their greens are organic--and the octopus very hot, just off the grill, and very tender--and extremely reasonably priced. A quality of food you'd expect in a much more upscale restaurant.
Posted by DMGNYC on 12/04/2008
I've lived in the neighborhood for 7 years and I am a bit confused by the reviews I just read. I frequent this place about twice a week. The food is incredible, especially if you like seafood, fresh salads, and specifically octopus or great fish. I just don't believe these reviews and frankly question whether they are competitors. After 12 years in NY, I am pretty damn critical. But when a place deserves praise, I make sure they receive it. This place rocks and if you choose not to go more for me! :)