This is a neighborhood Greek spot in Forest Hills, and it’s a nice place to sit down and eat kebabs or shawarma. The stuffed grape leaves are also great, and the menu has all kinds of other options. Plus, they give you free pita and hummus to start your meal. There’s no bar where you can sit, so this isn’t the best place for a meal by yourself - but if you’re looking for a quiet spot to eat with your parents, it’s perfect for that (you’ll probably see a few other families having a casual night out). Alternatively, come with a friend on a Friday night and see how much wine and Greek food you can consume.
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