it’s ok but not great the food was good veggie vey over cooked and it was just warm not hot when it came to the table . Dessert was the best .
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My wife and I went here yesterday for an early dinner after visiting the Philly Museum of Art and the Rodin Museum. What a wonderful experience! Despite the small and unassuming appearance from the street, this is serious Greek food. We love appetizers so we...More
I'd recommend a reservation on the weekend, but they managed to accommodate a group of 8 on short notice, so you never know. Everyone in my party raved about the food here. There were no vegans/vegetarians or people with food allergies in the group, so...More
Ate here with my wife and daughter in November - we all loved the experience and are looking forward to eating here again. We started out with the traditional tzatziki and two of us got the Imam Baldi and the other the mussels for entrees....More
This Greek restaurant is all that, great littler warm spot for couples or friends and family will give you a good feel and amazing delicious food. Ive been there few times and it never disappoints. Lamb is a must and so is the fish. Yum!
I stopped by here before heading over to Eastern State, which sits across the street from this location. The weather was relatively pleasant, so I sat outside and experienced one of the most unique restaurant views I have had -- that of a prison. The...More
While waiting for our scheduled tour of Eastern State Penitentiary to begin, my wife and I realized we had enough time to grab a quick lunch. We were both unfamiliar with the Fairmount area of the city, yet could see a number of eateries up...More
Have been there many times.the staff is always friendly and helpful . Food is really good,traditional flavors and homemade. Don't forget tontry the deserts and if you wanna drink wine or beer u have to bring your own cause the place does not serve alcohool...More
Very delicious bring your own beer/wine restaurant that serves traditional Greek food. It is located near Eastern State Penitentiary and named after a famous book by Nikos Kazantzakis that was also a movie starring Anthony Quinn in the 1960s. I had the lamb chops which...More