Ithaka Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 308 E 86th St

    New York, NY 10028

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  • 212-628-9100

About Ithaka Restaurant

Hours
Monday To Sunday From 04:30 PM To 11:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 12:30 PM To 03:00 PM

Food

Food
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Ithaka has great food at reasonable prices. I usually order the chicken souvlaki and I get a ton of food that's always cooked well. They have very basic Mediterranean fare, so something for everyone. The only downside is the small restaurant size leading to cramped tables and loud background noise. Not recommended for an intimate conversation!

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★★★★☆

Ithaka has great food at reasonable prices. I usually order the chicken souvlaki and I get a ton of food that's always cooked well. They have very basic Mediterranean fare, so something for everyone. The only downside is the small restaurant size leading to cramped tables and loud background noise. Not recommended for an intimate conversation!

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This place won "Most Romantic" in Village Voice's Best of New York, well I dont know about romantic, but it sure was filling! I had the chicken kebab and I loved it, my boyfriend is a very picky eater he hardly ever eats out and he had the baby lamb and was very satisfied. Their service surprised me the most, it is very rarely that a restaurant in New York is as hospitable and attentive as Ithaka. I will definately return. My only gripe is that they are a bit expensive but it is well worth it!

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★★★★☆

This place won "Most Romantic" in Village Voice's Best of New York, well I dont know about romantic, but it sure was filling! I had the chicken kebab and I loved it, my boyfriend is a very picky eater he hardly ever eats out and he had the baby lamb and was very satisfied. Their service surprised me the most, it is very rarely that a restaurant in New York is as hospitable and attentive as Ithaka. I will definately return. My only gripe is that they are a bit expensive but it is well worth it!

Pros: service, food, atmosphere

Cons: pricey

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Outstanding authentic Greek restaurant, with wonderfully fresh seafood and a charming ambience.

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★★★★★

Outstanding authentic Greek restaurant, with wonderfully fresh seafood and a charming ambience.

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They have done it AGAIN!!
The Greek team of Sam & Harry have successfully transported Ithaka from their Village location to the Upper East side. Most importantly, they have not lost their touch -- the authentic Greek dishes combined with the fresh fish and a little slice of the home country make this a great evening.

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★★★★★

They have done it AGAIN!!
The Greek team of Sam & Harry have successfully transported Ithaka from their Village location to the Upper East side. Most importantly, they have not lost their touch -- the authentic Greek dishes combined with the fresh fish and a little slice of the home country make this a great evening.

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A little Greek oasis in Manhattan! The authentic dishes, fresh catch-of-the-day seafood selection, warm homemade bread, excellent prices, and relaxed friendly atmosphere temporarily transported us from NYC to a small tarverna on a Greek island.

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★★★★★

A little Greek oasis in Manhattan! The authentic dishes, fresh catch-of-the-day seafood selection, warm homemade bread, excellent prices, and relaxed friendly atmosphere temporarily transported us from NYC to a small tarverna on a Greek island.

Pros: great prices, authentic Greek dish, fresh, healthy food

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Nice atmosphere, good service, delicious food, good menu selection. We really enjoyed our meal and were pleased by the dishes on the menu. The ambiance is lovely.

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★★★★☆

Nice atmosphere, good service, delicious food, good menu selection. We really enjoyed our meal and were pleased by the dishes on the menu. The ambiance is lovely.

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Greenwich Village said goodbye to its best Greek restaurant when Ithaka lost its lease. Luckily owner Sotiris Karamouzis found a new home for the eatery on the Upper East Side, so you can still taste Ithaka's perfect rendition of skordalia…

 

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