By all accounts, this is one of the top restaurants in Durham. To me it was above average but not great. I found the dishes way over-spiced -- for example, so much vinegar on an eggplant dish that I couldn't taste the eggplant, and a fiery-hot sausage in the paella that killed the taste buds so I couldn't taste the more delicate flavors of the clams and squid. Some ingredients seems sub-standard for a restaurant of this class, for example, the smoked sausage in the paella (not the same as the hot sausage) tasted like ordinary supermarket sausage. I am normally a big fan of well-spiced dishes, but these seemed overdone to no purpose other than to startle the diner. The wait staff was efficient and friendly, although we had to wait 20 minutes for a table, even with a reservation. The menu is more Mediterranean than Greek, with plenty of Italian and Spanish dishes. Note that there is not adequate parking at the restaurant, which is in a corner of a shopping mall with fewer spaces than tables, but we found a parking place about a block away. There is no sound absorbing material in the restaurant, which is sleek and modern (and gorgeous), so it was very noisy.