We were looking for a nosh before a concert at the Danforth Music Hall and went here based on TA reviews. We were not disappointed.
Sampled the saganaki - very good, the fried calamari - excellent, the greek sausage (the name escapes me) - very tasty and a shared Greek salad - great freshness and nicely dressed with a very good feta cheese.
The baklava was the star of the show, piled high with nuts and phylo pastry with a nice balance to the honey with floral and citrus notes in the background. A substantial serving, we probably could have shared one piece.
A very busy place, we were there on a Saturday evening around 6pm and it was slammed by 6:30. Quite noisy, which is why atmosphere scores a bit lower. Service was quick, friendly and efficient, never intrusive.
Tab , including a tonic water and a glass of wine was $77.00. Not cheap, but worth it in our opinion.
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