Wow this place is a real piece of Greece in NYC. The food is absolutely delicious and authentic Greek. The tzaziki is yummy! Service is friendly and seem a bit shy. Lovely place, thumbs up!
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Had a lovely lunch at Souvlaki GR last weekend. Great Souvlaki Pita's very fresh and great flavour, Keo Lager as well which had travelled well from Cyprus. Great friendly service too.
Excellent typical Greek place in the Lower East Side, with great decor (you can imagine yourself in typical Taverna from the Cyclades) and very friendly staff. We came during the week for lunch and it was pretty calm and pleasant. The food is fantastic and...More
We decided to visit the restaurant during our one night layover in NY. My partner is Greek Cypriot so we are very accustomed to the dishes and was looking forward to a good "greek meal" before embarking on 2 weeks of cruise cuisine. The restaurant...More
This place is a true Greek experience in Lower East Side. Small, Cycladic and picturesque. The service was very good. The quality of food was high. The best part about Souvlaki.gr is the experience you earn. Feels like a warm night out in a Cycladic...More
We accidentally found this place walking from the train to our hotel. Great timing because we needed to eat before checking out of our hotel and head to the airport. Seems strange seeing such a Greek looking taverna in Lower East Side of NYC but...More
So glad we found this little gem while exploring the area on a cold Saturday. You feel like you're in a special place. We shared a soup, salad and the cheese filled peppers, and everything was delicious.
Lunch after lectures at Greater New York Dental Meeting Discovered this place on my last visit to NYC September this year. Like a Greek island tavern in the middle of NYC Best lamb cutlets with a nice 14-18 Greek Rose Shame they still have the...More
When we saw FIX (a local Athenian beer) in the beer fridge, I knew this was going to be good. The restaurant looks like a street in the islands, whitewash walls, blue doors, and even the signage were very Greek. You could almost be in...More
We stumbled across this place while walking in East village. The food was great but wished we knew the score and the pita we orderd was small (did not realise it was more casual dining) so order two because prices are cheap. The food was...More