First of all, there is a spelling mistake here on Trip Advisor - the restaurant name is "Piatsa Greka". You'll then be able to find the website of the restaurant online if you want to research further.
This is a great little Cypriot taverna, on Tombs of the Kings Road, beside the Bank of Cyprus. During 3 visits over a 2-week period we enjoyed almost almost all of their starters (particularly enjoying the mixed dips, the pate and the garlic mushrooms) and many of their main courses including the beef stifado, lamb kleftiko, dolmades (stuffed vine leaves) and - best of all - the suckling pig. The menu also includes other, non-Cypriot, food if you prefer.
The owner is also the front-of-house man, the waiter and the chef! He is engaging and good fun and enjoys a good chat. Prices are very competitive, portions are extremely generous and the food is great.
What more could you ask for?