This was a fun place to have dinner - guys serving the food are also the owners (sons of the mom who cooks).
The food was good with larger portions - very honest responses to questions ("I wouldn't get that today, the meat is a bit too tough". "That's too much for 1 person") It serves popular Greek dishes.
If you're looking for a quiet evening, don't go here - this restaurant & its little alley are popular.
(As for it being "touristy", I don't know what that means. Does that mean non-Greeks eat at it? When I was there the tables had Greeks and European tourists eating. Either way these places make their living off tourists - Greek or otherwise, so good for them creating an ambiance and product that people like, which is making them successful at attracting all types of people.)
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