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Posted by yupNYC on 03/26/2010
Went there last night with some friends (second time to pylos). The place has a nice, intimate decor, service is polite and not pushy, food is quite excellent. Would recommend for good greek food or as a good date place. Will go back again. The only "negative" so to speak are the wines - not to keen on the greek wine selection they have (which is quite pricey too) but this is not necessarily their fault.
Posted by Kate on 12/11/2009
Came here for brunch with my bf. The service was great, space was beautifully decorated - loved all the mirrors. I liked that they served tea, coffee and mimosa with the brunch special. Ordered the grilled calamari salad for starters and it was to die for, just so delicious. The feta cheese omelette was just ok, however, my bf's salmon omelette was a bit better, but nothing too special about the omelettes. But they also serve yummy, warm pita bread which I liked dipping into my salad.
Posted by Homer K on 10/21/2009
The entire meal was spectacutlar, as was the service. We had a grilled whole dorado with potatoes and salad. Spectacular. Absolutely much better quality than many of the pricier, overrated greek restaurants in the city. Very friendly waitress who has been with this place for years said it took the owner a year to find a fish vendor he liked that delivers fresh every day. It was worth the wait - so fresh and wonderfully prepared. Cannot wait to go back.
Posted by TS on 08/13/2009
The Horiatiki salad can't be beat, the Braised Lamb Shanks are to die for...I can't list everything I've eaten here, but I can say it's all AMAZING. The ceramic pots hanging on the ceiling really add ambiance and the noise level never gets too high, which is a rarity in the East Village.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/19/2009
I went here today with my mother and overall had a pleasant experience. The food was EXCELLENT but it came VERY slow, though our waiter was friendly. We shared and appetizer and each had a small entree, so I was surprised to see the bill was close to $50, without any drinks. That was disappointing but the delicious food made up for the slow service and overpriced meal.
Posted by Cari on 07/04/2009
I love Greek food and now love it even more after my experience at Pylos. My friend and I shared a combination of appetizers and then had delicious salads which were the perfect combination. The pita, the bread, the saganaki, the wine- everything was superb. YUMM!
Posted by foodguy on 06/17/2009
Had another wonderful meal at this Greek treasure.From the amazing pita,and dips to the tender lamb. If you crave Greek food, don't miss this one.