I had read some recommendations for this restaurant so had the address with me. That was a good thing because it is somewhat off the beaten path and in a basement. Walking down what appeared to be Columbia's version of frat row, we spied it across the street. It was very late for lunch on a Monday and it appeared to be closed when we walked in because no one was there but the waiter assured us they were open and brought us menus.
We split a half carafe of decent white Greek wine and my daughter and I had "The Symposium"---an interesting platter of various spreads with pita bread, cucumbers and dolmadakia as well as tomatoes, olives and peppers. Frankly, I could not identify all the spreads. They were each good but the texture got a little monotonous after awhile. We probably should have ordered one of these and one traditional salad to share.
The service was very nice and accommodating, especially considering we had were there during their down time. The price was reasonable for NYC.
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