Overall, a very pleasant experience. This was the first time I have had Greek food at other than a 'family style' restaurant. The restaurant space has various dining areas which makes each space seem a bit more intimate than being in one big room. The service was good, attentive but not 'in your face' - more like service in European restaurants. The Spanakopita triangles for appetizer, buttery FILO pastry with very tasy spinach filling. I was a bit hesitant about ordering the lamb stew that the waiter recommended, having in mind a plate of possibly not too lean lamb swimming in gravy that i've had in some places, but went with it anyway. So glad I did. Very different, and delicious. There were about 6 or 7 pieces of very tasty lamb in a light tomato-ey sauce served on small squares of al dente egg noodles. One of my friends had Moussaka, also very different from my memory of other restaurants. This came in a ceramic bowl, and was comprised of layers of very tasty spiced ground lamb, potato, eggplant, topped with a yoghurt bechamel sauce and crispy topping. Really delicious! Other friend had the cabbage rolls, each one filled with ground lamb beef and pork, some arborio rice, and the lightly lemony Avgolemono sauce.
All of these make me want to return to try some of the other menu items. Price-wise a bit on the high side but not outrageous.
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