- Walking along the Danforth, you're sure to be enticed by the aromas coming from this Greek restaurant that boasts cuisine from a 2,000-year-old tradition. Tradition is also the keyword here in both the atmosphere and décor. White plastered walls are offset by bright blue tablecloths and greenery. Appetizers include taramosalata—a red caviar mousse—and a thick tapenade. Starters aside, you can't find dishes more rooted in heritage than those under the heading "Specialties of our Foremothers." Sample the lamb pie encased in a flaky olive oil crust.
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