A very interesting dining experience as it was a strictly Spanish speaking environment! We had a great time using our phones to translate the menu and the food was pretty good! It was as Greek as greek could be in Mexico. The best Tzatziki i've ever had in my life and they bring it to the table complementary with bread. They did not have the classic Roast Lamb dinner but they did have delicious lamb chops. Although the lamb chops were not the traditional meat on bone, they were prepared as thin flat pieces of steak with a round central bone. The Avgolemono soup (traditional chicken soup with lemon) was fresh, chunks of chicken, full of flavor, and especially tasted as great as homemade! The appetizer platter had a good variety, and the Saganaki (greek fried cheese appetizer) was delicious although was not prepared in the traditional greek method. They were more like succulent fried cheese puffs! ;) If you are craving greek cuisine when in Mexico City this place is great but not totally authentically greek. A greek restaurant that does not serve Hummus well... it's your choice now ;)
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