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  • Greek
  • 128 E 7th St, New York NY10009 40.726066 -73.98417
  • (Btwn 1st Ave & Ave A)
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  • (212) 473-0220
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User Ratings (Based on 82 reviews)

3.995
Food 4.2 Value 3.8
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 473-0220
Fax:
fax
(212) 473-6433
Website:
www.pylosrestaurant.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Lunch/Brunch Wed-Sun:11:30am-4pm Dinner Sun-Thu:5pm-12am Fri-Sat:5pm-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
20.00

User Reviews

  • Pylos

    Posted by PYLOS Management on 09/11/2005

    Honesty

    In answer to "cwar" posting. The least you can do is be honest. Not only you ate everything but you took the leftover with you. Yes, we did not have all items on the menu that night since it was the first night we were open after summer vacation, which we explained to you. At PYLOS everything we cook is extremely fresh. We would also like to thank all our customers that do appreciate our efforts and MenuPages for allowing the other side of the story to be shared as well. Thank you all! PYLOS Management

  • Pylos

    Posted by cwar on 09/09/2005

    Unpleasant experience

    Things started going downhill when it took twenty minutes to get our wine, and it became worse when we found out that they didn?t have several of the key menu items ? dolmades, moussaka, lamb shank, and a few others. At first we thought it was just a kitchen problem, and gave our waiter the benefit of the doubt. But then we had to remind him that we hadn?t ordered main courses, and even though I said my order at least four times (because it took that many tries to get him to take our main course order), he still managed to bring me the wrong dish. He had even pointed to the menu and repeated the order. When I told him what I had ordered ? and what he had repeated ? he told me that they didn?t have any that night. So, I wound up eating nothing, and just vowing not to return. The same story seemed to be repeated at a few tables around us, with other servers, where many customers must have come to the same conclusion. The food (when they managed to get it right) seemed good, but everything else was far from being worth the price and trouble.

  • Pylos

    Posted by ANita on 08/29/2005

    It's Good!

    Just got back from Greece last week and missed the wonderful freshness of the food- so I decided to check out this spot last night. It was AMAZING- we ordered 3 appetizers and they were all incredibly fresh and tasty. The wine was recommended by the server and was excellent. When the check came I was pleasantly surprised because you get a lot for your money. The waitress was friendly and warm even though it was late! I loved the decor- my boyfriend and I made bets on how many pots were hanging from the cieling (I won)! Highly recommend Pylos for any occasion.

  • Pylos

    Posted by sommelierapprentice on 08/05/2005

    Very nice evening

    We had a great time celebrating a friend's b'day. The food was great, the ambience is excellent. I think the wines are a little overpriced though. But I definitely like the place and recommend it.

  • Pylos

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/15/2005

    Very good

    The bread with the chickpea spread starting the meal was quite good. My companion was very satisfied with his meatball appetizer and his main dish, though I don't recall what that was. I had the artichoke moussaka for my meal. I wasn't starving, so the portion size was perfect (especially after the bread) and it's nice to see a unique twist on a traditional dish. We split the fried potatoes with cheese and a spice I can't recall, and while the portion size was quite generous the fries (they were fries) were a bit dry. I was too ashamed to ask for ketchup. Overall, a good place to try for fans of Greek cuisine.

  • Pylos

    Posted by Manny Calavera on 05/27/2005

    One of my favorite spots!

    If you like Greek food, you have to come to Pylos. Located in the heart of East Village right by Tompkins Square Park, Pylos is in good company with restaraunts all around them. The food here is superb. Amazing flavors and great Greek home cooked feel. The lamb is as tender and flavorful as it gets and the appetizers are all delicious! The service can be slow as it gets busy sometimes, and you must get a reservation to be seated promptly. This place is usually booked. for dinner. The food and value is definately worth it. Large serving sizes for entrees and a very well decorated resteraunt. Love it!

  • Pylos

    Posted by A Fan of the New Classics on 05/24/2005

    No Known Disappointments

    I have turned on a close friend with national connections to this place, and it may now even be harder to get a spontaneous table! She was floored by the surprising wonders of Pylos: excellent food, attentive service and acceptable prices for the entire experience. When I suggested we meet at this wonderful Greek restaurant, she was expecting the worst of it, and it takes a lot to move this woman from her Upper East Side perch. This restaurant has done it! We have a standing date to meet here, and I am ready/willing/able.

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