I went there on a Sunday night and the place was surprisingly busy for a new a restaurant. People were mostly sitting outside and I figured soon why as the furniture there is very appealing and comfy with those big white chairs. The service was good, I was served by a guy who wasn't Greek but he told me that the owner and the executive and sue chef were Greek. I order the octopus for appetizer. It was very tender, moist, fresh and flavorful. Then I got the scallops for entree, it had a very unique sauce so I asked about it and the guy who served me said that it was made of Greek red saffron sauce. I decided to finish my dinner with a baklava. The phyllo was very crispy but I couldn't eat it all as the potion was huge so I took it home. In general it's a simple, clean, and modem place and you can definitely feel the Greek environment. The food is good, warm, fresh, tasty but also affordable. I'm going back for sure.