Apparently designed to represent a rustic Greek tavern, this is quite a large space, with tables packed quite tightly together, polished concrete flooring, and ropes masking the industrial utility of what lurks in the ceiling. The open kitchen occupies most of the back wall. We settled for 3 "special" dishes, moussaka, spanakopita and an haloumi cheese covered in peppered figs. Servings are not huge, but that was plenty for the two of us. Service was efficient and friendly. The bill, with water and a coffee came in under $60. Great value in this part of the world!
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