I'm not really familiar with Mediterranean cuisine except that it involves alot of olive oil, cheese and yogurt. Since I'm a fan of these I decided to give Cyma a try when my friends wanted dinner there. I knew the restaurant was pricey so I expected great food. I particularly enjoyed the chicken gyro and the Greek onion soup was divine. The baby clams angel hair pasta was so-so. What caught me by surprise was my inherent dislike for moussaka. Maybe it's an acquired taste kind of thing. Nevertheless, don't let the prices intimidate you. They have big servings and you will leave the restaurant full to the brim. I have yet to try the Saganaki (flaming cheese) so I'm definitely going back. Hopefully, next time my taste buds will cooperate. Opa!
Tip: Birthday celebrants get a special treat.
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