I love Greek food, and I live in a part of the country that doesn't offer much of it. So when I was in Miami Beach and strolled passed Poseidon smack in the middle of busy Washington Street, I just had to peruse the menu. The waiter at the outdoor tables said if we came to dinner he'd give us each a free glass of wine -- and when we came back the next night he remembered! I love saganaki so much that I ordered a portion to share with my husband for an appetizer, and then I tried one of five saganakis with extra ingredients as an entree. The regular saganaki was outstanding. The saganaki withe shrimp and feta and tomato sauce was very tasty, but it had nothing to do with what we think of as traditional saganaki. It turns out that saganaki refers to the small pan that something is made in. I learned something! My husband had the bream, which the waiter advised us was the only fish offered that was locally caught, and he absolutely loved it. The waiter did a masterful job of deboning. For dessert, of course we had baklava, which was good but not the best I've ever had. I like it flakier. If you sit at an outdoor table on the sidewalk, the people-watching is awesome -- the Miami Beach bonus!
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