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The freshest Greek salad and grilled octopus. A great order-in option for impromptu entertaining at home.
The zucchini chips are to die for!
Grilled octopus is to die for!
Best Seafood in New York. I just go there for the grilled octopus, and Michael because he always takes good care of me :)
One of the best octopus salads. The simple tomato Greek salad was delicious!
For the freshest fish, choose one that has the clearest, darkest colored eyes. Also, the carabineros (red Spanish prawns) are amazing.
Great food. Great company. A little confused by the indoor umbrellas.
The Lobster Salad is REALLY good.
Delicious, but limited on-menu veggie options.
Milos special and octopus starters are a must. Great fresh seafood.
Great loup de mer...and great scallop. Not so great fruit plate.
If u r in NYC and u don't try the lobster and scallops here go kill ur self
$28 for a plate of tomatoes. Crazy.
Appetizer: octopus, pure deliciousness. Entree: black sea bass. Enjoy.
Just don't stop eating. Eat everything. Everything is good. Grilled octopus and zucchini chips are a must
A fabulous restaurant.
Lunch special is just awesome. Nothing more to say really
Get the octopus...it's the best I've ever had! That and the stuffed calamari. I'm dying this meal was so good:)
Make sure your waiter invites you to the back of the austere room where you can select your own piece of seafood! For first timers, we recommend the Mediterranean loup de mer, $46/lb.
Always fabulous quality and service. Pre-Theater offerings are an excellent value.
Langastinos are divine and a current special
Grilled Octopus try it Best Ever
A couple of appetizers (2) at the bar with drinks is just enough. Very pricey !
For 25 bucks you get the whole meal (appetizers, main and desert), with a classy touch
Good food, but the dining area is rather loud
If you want to experience hi end seafood this is the place very well appointed room service is good and the food is really good.
Lobster, octopus, salmon, Greek salad etc. - you can enumerate infinitely;). All the food is superb! A great service is an additional benefit to visit :). Enjoy!
Awful! Dry and stale fish. Enough said!
Cant go wrong with the seafood, but the lamb chops are great too!
So loud, management needs to install acoustic sound installation. Seems like I'm eating at a EDM Ultra/EDC festival. Fish is dry and like chewing shoe leather!! Won't return.
$25 prix fixe lunch - same food as for dinner - one of the best deals in for classy midtown
Quality of food here is amazing, but recently service has gone to hell (been coming for 5 years)- slow service, rude waiters IMO...sad when you're paying 50+/head
Going before or after the theater? Try their Pre/Post-Theater Pre fixe menu for only $49.99
Read my lips......zucchini chips!
THR says: USA Network co-producer Chris McCumber says "As close to fresh off he boat as fish gets."
The grilled octopus is to die for
Brooke Burke sat near us . awesome for me not for my guests. super hot!!!!
We are seafood lovers over here at WP. If you are coming from or going to the theater, we recommend you try the Pre/Post Theater Menu. You won’t regret it!
For the best seafood in NYC, head to this restaurant. George, the waiter, will guide you and ensure you have the best dining experience.
Grilled octopus was spot on. They have a great lunch prix fixe at $25pp with a variety wine by the glass menu. Try the Malagousia from Gerovassiliou, trust me.
Grilled octopus and Greek salad were amazing. So was the baklava. Loved everything about this place.
Very nice crab cake. Fantastic baklava!! Nice bar for a solo lunch or dinner or when tables are full.
That was a really good salad
Best Greek reustaurant in NY. Amazing octapus, fish and karidopita!
Why not start out with the city's greatest seafood restaurant before you hit a show at Roseland or Gershwin Theater nearby?! Two words: Grilled Octopus
Greek restaurant with really fresh ingredients, yum!
Scallop appetizer, Zucchini fries, and Grilled red snapper
If you order the razor clams, they're an experience in having. It's long, hard, and complicated, but delicious and interesting at the same time.