Big plates of authentic Greek fare are served at this cozy eatery. Choose from meat gyros dripping with freshmade tzatziki, vegetable or meat moussaka, broiled sea bass with lots of garlic and lemon, or meatballs made with lamb and beef, flamed with ouzo, and served in a thick tomato sauce. Desserts include the familiar (honey-drenched baklava) and the less so (kourambie--almond butter cookies dusted with powdered sugar). Portuguese, Spanish, and of course Greek wines are available, all between $10 and $25 a bottle. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
Best Greek Restaurant 2008. Great food does not always mean expensive food. This year-old Hellenic upstart is offering luscious hummus, mouth-watering souvlaki, and tasty gyros; good enough to make Lefteris take notice; all for about as much money as you'd spend at the movies. We've become addicted to Santorini's baklava, too. Next time you think about hitting a Mickey D's, reconsider. This is better food; and it's cheaper, too.