I first noticed the sign a few weeks ago, then heard some great reviews on this new Greek restaurant.
The menu consists of the typical appy's, sides and main courses (Spanakopita, saganaki, lemon potatoes, kalamari, mousaka, lamb cooked in a few different ways) you would find at most Greek restaurants. According to Gus (manager/owner), this current menu is just a trial. Good thing too, the rack of lamb only comes with the rack of lamb, and the sides are a la carte.
The spanakopita was delicious. I've had the dolmathes from other restaurants, but this is by far the best I have had. The portions are smaller compared to typical dolmathes where they give you 2 or 3, we had 6, so it is perfect for sharing.
I ordered the Kleftico, which is a slow roasted lamb dish. To my surprise this parchment sack of lamb appeared on plate. Gus explained that the name of the dish comes from 'to steal' (i.e. where 'klepto' comes from), culturally, thieves would be on the run, and therefore they needed used these satchels to carry their food in them and toss them near a fire to heat it up. This is the traditional way to cook and serve this dish. Described as a lamb-stew, the Kleftico contained potatoes, beans, tomatoes. The texture of the lamb was perfect, not quite melt in your mouth, but somewhere in between. This dish also included a Mediterranean type rice (I have seen this at Broken Plate) but the rice here is better, it's moist, not dry like other places. This is one filling dish. The menu is moderately priced, but you do get what you pay for, a delicious and full meal. It's a bit hard to even think about dessert, but here we are with a... "pasta"? The cake was delicious, not overly sweet.
This restaurant is quite spacious (seating around 200), with a plate breaking area in the center that only operates during the weekends where they have staff that dance around you while breaking plates.
Rack of Lamb
A view of the bar.
Back of the restaurant
Plate breaking area