SomethinGreek's yemista (Saturdays only, $13.95) — a pepper and an equally plump tomato stuffed with ground beef, rice, herbs, and spices — is lightly dressed on top with kefalogaviera cheese, too. I tasted it first when I licked the underside of the stem.
Previously: kotopoulo sto fourno me papates ($9.95), oven roasted chicken and potatoes seasoned with garlic and oregano, in a lemon sauce. The finger-lickin' chicken (yes, I used my hands rather than leave meat on the bone) is a Tuesday-only special, but the creamy potatoes (use your fork to spear them, or to smash them into the sauce) are available every day.
Another sign that this isn't your typical corner Greek: the day's first serving, cut from the corner of the pan and still warm, of galactoboureko ($4). That mouthful of a name is derived from the Greek word for "milky," as in "Milky Way galaxy," and the word for a phyllo-cased pie or pastry. A light syrup is involved, too, but like the phyllo it plays only a supporting role; I dispatched my "milk pie" with a spoon.
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