Located on a lane of boutique cafes and restaurants, this area is set to become the next Nanluo Guxiang. At least this restaurant doesn't have a lot of competition on Beijing.
The prices for our meal were (in RMB) 30 for a small hummus plate, 40 per glass of wine (bottles start at 180-200), and 70 each for the lamb kabob and gyros plate.
According to my Chinese guest and first time Greek taster, the food generally lacked unique flavors and left her unsure what really made it special. The price was not worth it for her budget.
For myself it was nice and did remind me of Greece. I was surprised by the pork gyro and the tomato sauce covering the kabob.
Food was slow out of the kitchen despite being the only guests at the time. We recommend it for a taste of Greece, for non-budget travelers, and for the location.
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