I 've been there many times, the 2 last ones were the last week of October 2011. Normally it works as a cafe-bistro, during the week you can have a breakfast there, at noon and in the night you can have a meal choosing only between a burger (good one and big) and spaghetti and fresh salads. But every Saturday night they have a chef and so you can enjoy a gourmet dinner, listening to the music of a very good piano player and a fantastic female voice, singing from well-known songs of the international repertoire (such as "Dancing to the End of Love" of Leonard Cohen) to nice Greek songs from the past. The restaurant is nicely decorated (although the area of it is not the best for such a place) and the food is of very good quality. The service is a bit slow, but very polite. The cava is not very big, but you can find a good selection of Greek wines, also they serve foreign beers. The desserts are very good. The place is also good for professional meetings. Smoking is prohibited in the main hall, but there is a second hall with couches, where smoking is allowed. You can usually find a park place around, but if not, there is a public underground parking opposite the restaurant. The prices for the dishes are not cheap, but the niveau of the bistro is not that low. A typical Saturday dinner for two with two main plates, a salad and a wine, plus dessert, costs at about 60 Euro, but if you estimate in this the great live music, you can 't tell that it is that expensive. You can have also all kinds of coffee and snacks in normally prices. There is also happy hour in the afternoon. All in all a good choice, if you overcome that it is not in an area for such shops.
If you own or manage MAXIM 'S, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.