I picked this restaurant based on others' reviews, and I wasn't disappointed. The space is probably the strongest aspect of the restaurant, as it's located inside a peaceful stoa, well protected from the noisy streets of Piraeus.
The waiters were friendly and helpful, though there was a little mixup with our order (one of our orders was lost somewhere along the way). The prices were very reasonable - I'd say lower than what I expected. The food quality was quite decent, though certainly not excellent. Basically nothing wrong with it, but having had meals in countless other restaurants in Greece, I feel I can offer a good opinion. The fennel pie was too greasy, only a shadow of what one can find in Serifos or Santorini; the tzatziki a bit too mild - perhaps to accommodate tourists, but I want plenty of garlic in my tzatziki; the cheese balls mostly weren't (it was more like a dumpling with a bit of cheese in it).
The portions were gigantic, however, so if you're after quantity (for as little money as possible), this is a great choice. I would perhaps go again, solely on the basis of the nice atmosphere.
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