Posted on Dec 28, 2018
Sea bass - wild & local
- Vadim LAbsolutely one of the best places to eat in NYC period. Very simple, beautiful, delicious food. You always feel like you’ve come over your family’s house for dinner. I wish this family owned business the best and I hope that they continue to serve NYC for many more year. No menus - Just fish. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE There are many good seafood Greek options in this neighborhood - but honestly - for me these guys are by far the best.
- Jonathan STake the R train to the last stop in Astoria, or the M60 bus from upper Manhattan heading East. Best to go on a warm evening when you can sit outside. Their appetizers are the best, don't even bother with a main course. Just order plates of their grilled fishes and wine! The owner seems to be a bit of a control freak towards his females staff, but they probably have figured out how to get back at him because everyone seems to be in good humor by night's end. They're Greek, they can handle anyone! Across the street is the Bohemian beer garden. Good for another summer night outdoor adventure!
- Brandon DElias Corner is the place to visit if you want delicious, authentic Greek seafood. A family run operation, they take their service and the experience of their patrons seriously. Worth a visit! Top notch.