This Greek restaurant is perhaps symbolic of its homeland. The maps of Greece on the wall are wrinkled and yellowing and the whole place exudes an atmosphere of faded glory, yet the two Greeks who run the place are still passionate about their work. You won’t find haute cuisine here, but if you’re in the mood for solid peasant fare like moussaka, souvlaki and some fried squid accompanied by a house wine or some ouzo, then you won’t be disappointed. If you’re not sure what to order, you can’t go wrong with the mixed grill, which comes with four kinds of meat, rice, potatoes, ‘giant’ beans, slaw and fresh tzatziki for about €15. A small garden terrace is also available in the summer.