We have eaten here on numerous occasions since it is walking distance to Carnegie Hall. The food is excellent and the prices very reasonable. We have eaten in a more "upscale" Greek restaurant in Manhattan but the food here is better and cheaper. We have a Greek restaurant in my hometown and it is very good; but the Greek Kitchen is better. We will no doubt eat here on many other occasions.
good food with an interesting menu and friendly yet unobtrusive service. very convenient if going to John Jay for a concert or other event and easy to get to and from for the Upper West Side. it is such a pretty restaurant that that in and of itself would recommend it to anyone in search of a pleasant evening.
The restaurant is not pretentious. We had very good food, well presented. Plates are large. The wine list is very good, with several bottles at around $30. This is a popular neighborhood restaurant, well worth a stop.
The food was hugely disappointing. Two of us ordered mousakka which was mostly inedible. The bechamel was dried out atop a pile of meat and a slice of eggplant. This was all supported by a large greasy slice of potato. Huh? The oddest take on this dish ever. Also came tepid and we sent back to warm but never got the food back until we chased the waitress to get it. By then all the others in our party had finished their dinners. I’d say skip this one.
A great NYC Greek restaurant. The food was delicious but it was the staff that sets it apart from the rest. My wife fell outside the restaurant as it was closing. The waiters and Cook’s were leaving and saw what happened. They were so kind and concerned about my wife’s condition we had to come back the next night and try their food. It was delicious. Thanks Greek Kitchen for being great people!
Always good. Went there for brunch. Pleasant, comfortable, and always good and plentiful food.
The lukanikos used to be small thin sausages with visible pieces of orange rind; these look like lost kielbasa with red onion on top. The hummus was not creamy; I was expecting the tahini to be on top not mixed with the grainy looking hummus. The baklava was served as a large cold lump on the plate where-as it used to be 2 smaller pieces. Not as happy with the new chef.
High quality food with authentic greek ingredients. Great wine options too!
Great Greek cuisine at very moderate prices for a NYC establishment. The fish is expertly prepared and offered either whole or fillet. The zucchini chips served with tzasaki are a great starter and ample for sharing. Right on the corner of 58th and 10th Ave. it is ideal for dinner before going to Lincoln Center.
Very fresh fish simply prepared and delicious. Would definitely go again. Great spot!