MIAMI — The food is uniformly good here.
We started with the zucchini fritter ($7), really more like a pancake, crusty on the outside, soft and almost like a puree inside, fine texture and taste grilled sucuk (or sujuk), a chorizo ($8), but Turkish or from the Balkans, very strong and intense flavor in a densely packed sausage sliced and then grilled.
Try the kefti ($8), considered to be meatballs, but here served like small hamburger patties, perfectly cooked shrimp Ouzo ($11), saut©ed shrimp — large and firm, not at all over or undercooked, in a delectable cheese and tomato sauce with herbs main plate of 4 lamb loin chops chops on a bed of long grain rice each individual grain of which seemed to be cooked to orderâ€”never had such good rice, $19).
Dessert? Get the thinly layered chocolate cake with an icing that reminded me of chocolate pudding. Beyond compare.
The food is good and consistent any time of day. There’s no A-team for dinner and B-team for lunch here.
Finally, a bottle of Botalcura sauvignon blanc is a mere $26. Wine by the glass is $7
Can’t miss the placeâ€”painted in that distinctive bright blue that dominates the Greek flag. Only 4 tables in the tiny inside area, with most of the seating outside under shade trees with fans. Very Key West in feeling.