Greek fare fairs well near the trendy Knox Street area.. The Scene This Greek-infused eatery is a perfect place to meet friends, eat a late-night meal or relax over an appetizing Sunday brunch. White-clothed tables put a formal slant on this casual hot spot, which features a quaint main dining area and bar. All-black clad servers are attentive and fast to refill mimosa glasses.
The Food Sunday's brunch offers samples of most of the restaurant's signature dishes. Dolmades, or grape leaves stuffed with seasoned rice, are brushed with a mixture of lemon, olive oil and Greek herbs. The flavorful Drunken Mushrooms are sauteed in merlot and olive oil, with fresh basil and goat cheese sprinkled on top to add a tangy touch of flavor. The sliced leg of lamb is a Greek specialty served perfectly with a blend of herbs and garlic cloves. For dessert, choose the moist liqueur chocolate cake.
one word; Tiramisu.
The dinner was a bit expensive but the food had great balance; you have to try their lamb. The staff was attentive to us and accomodating to special requests. The chocolate cake and the tiramisu are fantastic choices for desert but I am partial to them. In all of the restaurants I have been to, Ziziki's tiramisu is the best.