This was a great choice for a "different" dinner during our visit to Munich. The staff were ultra-friendly, greeted us on arrival, offered us a free shot of Ouzo when we sat down, and made us feel quite welcome.
The food is reasonably-priced Greek seafood, something we just don't usually eat at home. It was prepared quickly, tasted great, and the portions were quite large. Note that they do have an English menu but they appreciate it when you try to order in German (even if you use the English menu to figure out what you want). Truthfully, Greek food and seafood seem to translate well so you can read most of the German menu if you try.
So, this was a great meal but what happened on our way out, really surprised us. As we were walking out, one of the staff asked us to wait a minute and he brought us a small bottle of wine as a parting gift. A very nice touch, indeed!
Final tip: If you visit, walk back in the general direction of the Nyphenburg; we found it to be a very enjoyable walk and there are some shops and cafes a few blocks away.