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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 need reservations on 04/29/2008

    don't go w/o reservations

    went for dinner at 5:45 on a Saturday w/o reservations (our fault) we were told we could have a table but had to be out by 7. wanted to have the lamb shanks but we were told they would take 45 minutes & we didn't have time since they needed the table by 7 - had so-so lamb chops instead - meanwhile the party next to us ordered after we did and got lamb shanks delivered to their table at the same time we got our food! when we asked for the check they offered us coffee & dessert with a smile & said they didn't want to rush us?

  • Pylos

    Posted by cheesepop on 04/23/2008

    Opa!

    Almost walked right passed this place, nothing special on the outside, but once you walk in, it's a cute cozy Greek atmosphere. Hostess and wait staff were all super-attentive and friendly for our party of 3. Started with a bottle of Greek white wine (sorry don't know which) which was tasty, light, and crisp. On to the starters... olive-oil-rubbed beets filled with mint and feta mousse (great presentation and phenomenal flavor) and the sauteed haloumi cheese (which we were hesitant to order but the sweet/savory combo of the grapes and cheese were delish). Entrees ranking from fave to just ok: stripe bass, lamb chops, poached salmon. Stripe bass was light, served with a tomato caper sauce (not on the menu) and celery root puree was just as creamy as mashed taters. Lamb chops were juicy and tender but lacking that robust flavor. Poached salmon was subpar, presentation was nice but unimpressive in taste. We split Mouzo for dessert, a chocolate mousse spiked with ouzo... thick with a kick, a great end to our evening, especially combined with a glass of the muskat :)

  • Pylos

    Posted by Ruth M. on 04/10/2008

    Best Greek restaurant in NYC

    Plase go: the food is delicious, well prepared and presented (try the scallops, they melt in your mouth), Greek wines which are very good and reasonably priced, the service is good , the decoration is beautiful -intimate , charming, hip. And if you are lucky you just might see Uma Thurman munching on a Greek salad. Highly recommended

  • Pylos

    Posted by drsmilesrus on 03/20/2008

    glorious Greek food

    Great whole fish, better than any anyplace. giant beans, superb. soups can't be beat Looks like you are in greece , Feels like you are in greece and the food convinces you that youare in Greece cannot wait to go back again

  • Pylos

    Posted by JulieOD on 03/16/2008

    Go for the food, not the service

    I went with a party of 10 and agree that you don't come here for the service. We were basically asked to leave in the end as we were holding up the table and we felt our waiter kept trying to force us to order more appetizers and wine (though we had spent close to $60 a head- so it wasn't like we didn't order anything). We also had the weird issue that others had of the waiter ordering appetizers and then going back around the table to order entrees- with a big group- if someone hadn't realized that- the waiter was a bit rude. Also, their policy for large parties of requiring $25 a head for food- while it wasn't an issue for us- is quite ridiculous for NYC. As to the food- there were some great standouts- the Greek Salad, the meatballs (more like meat patties) and the sagnaki as well as the warm pita, and one of my friends really enjoyed the short ribs. We didn't really like the grape leaves stuffed with meat- Dolmathes Avgolemono, I didn't think the whole fish was that great which I ordered for an entree. All in all, it was a good meal- just order right and don't expect much for the service.

  • Pylos

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2008

    Decent.

    Food: Had the Artichoke Moussaka which was pretty good. It was pretty creamy. I guess I was ideally hoping for a little less potatoes, but it was decent. The fish dish I had was also pretty good, but not outstanding. I think my expectations were much higher, but the food was still good, don't get me wrong. I loved the fact that they brought nice warm pita out with a great bean dip as soon as we sat. It was a nice touch, and not very common in Greek restaurant. Service: Our waiter was great... he recommended great wines and was very knowledgable and resourceful. Water was filled pretty frequently. However, when our mains came they delivered it to the wrong table., and the woman almost took it, but I had to stand up and try to get the person who was delivering the food's attention. It didn't work, but I told another waitress and she helped sort out the problem. Servers were courteous, professional and helpful. Value: decent. Atmosphere: Decor was really nice. It was cramped, but it's the EVil, and was less cramped than other EVil restaurants.

  • Pylos

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/29/2008

    What the heck are you guys talking about

    My experience at Pylos was as pleasant as ever. The staff was incredibly nice to me and warmed up to me and my mother even more when they found out we're Greek. The food was delicious, just like at my grandparents house. I joked with the waitress about how my mom makes the Avgolemono less salty and that the chef should take a hint. You people are too demanding. If you understood the Greek culture at all, you would know its not about where you're seated or if the waitress does this or that. Its about having a good time, enjoying your delicious food, and being jovial. If the waitress gives you attitude, laugh it off and take another bite of your meal and another sip of your wine. The only thing that stopped you all from having a lovely dinner was yourselves.

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