I ate here with three friends on a Friday evening in January, during restaurant week. We had a 6:45 reservation and were seated promptly. The restaurant was extremely busy and lively. Our server asked if we had theater plans - a good sign of the efficient and pleasant service to come. My risotto and scallop appetizer was delicious and nicely presented. (one seared scallop ontop of the risotto). While this is not a Greek dish, it was terrific. One friend had the grape leaf appetizer- said it was good and the other had the Spanakopita, which was delicious. Their wine menu was extensive and offered a nice selection of wines by the glass. I ordered the Kotopoulo - herebed roasted chicken atop feta infused mashed potatoes. This was tasty and was a very generous serving. One companion ordered the seared tuna while two had the Moussaka. The tuna was terrific but the Moussaka was surprisingly only fair. One friend mention that it tasted a bit burnt on the bottom. The desserts were decent but I didn't love the Sokolatina (a dark chocolate tort) and I love chocolate. The honey walnut cake with fig gelato was outstanding.
Overall, we had a good dining experience in that the service was very good, the atmosphere was sophisticated and lively...and the food was nice, with just one notable disappointment with the Moussake.
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