The surprise is that the quantities are so large. People next to us ordered the lamb burgers ($15) - which came with a large side of french fries, and consumed them tout suite. The burgers were quite thick and looked very juicy. Not a scrap of food was left on their plates. My group ordered the Mediterranean Spread Plate for a starter ($16 for four spreads) and it was excellent. The spreads were very, very good (hummus, red lentil basil, tzatziki etc.) and accompanied by pita bread triangles. Individual spreads can be ordered for $5 each. We also had the Grilled Octopus starter ($14) and for entrees ordered Paella ($18) and Lobster Tagliatelle ($22). Both were excellent and the lobster was succulent and not overcooked. The only concern: the dish descriptions did not indicate the degree of spiciness. I probably would not have ordered them had this been indicated. The Grilled Octopus was very tender with a smoky taste, but far too spicy and no hint of this in the description. While the description for the tagliatelle included "chili flakes, lobster cream", there were no chili flakes to be seen and they were likely ground and added to the cream so could not be "eaten around". This spiciness overwhelmed the lobster, which is too bad, because otherwise it was a good entree. We had nice seats by the window and since our lunch started at 1pm, the noise level went down considerably as the restaurant cleared out. The outdoor patio has very small tables (for two) and was not open during lunch, which was strange because it was such a nice day. It was opened beginning with happy hour (at 3pm), which is when we left.