I enjoy visiting Mediterrano because the food is always made with fresh ingredients, some of which will change on a seasonal basis, with most things being made "from scratch" by the hands of Chef Ben. I am a cook myself and when I sit down at a restaurant and can immediately tell that whoever created the food on my plate really cared about how it tastes, I feel like I'm "home."
This, folks, is not anonymous food!
Once, last autumn, I ordered an item from the Glyka (dessert) section of the menu and after a minute or two, was informed that there would be a substitution of the warm apple preserve with a honey walnut fig preserve, would that be okay? I asked about where they got their fig preserve and was told that they bought the figs fresh and the chef made the preserve himself. I was hooked (and I love figs.) Upon receiving my dessert, I lifted my fork with high hopes and guess what? Fabulous! You can taste real, trust me.
But as for the food on the main menu? Creative, interesting, fresh, often locally sourced, with such intense energy imbued by a chef who cares, nicely sized portions-- what are you waiting for? Try this restaurant out, please do yourself a favor.
Lastly: I see that one reviewer had a bad experience with the service, and that's a shame. I'm glad he said he'd try to revisit, because in all honesty, I've gone many times, taking many family members, friends, and out-of-town visitors for a good Greek meal and have never had bad service! Wow!
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