So, who knew Suvla Bay was a wine district? We were very well advised by our server for a Suvla red wine to pair with perfect lamb (both a shank cassoulet with smoked tripe and beans, and a kebab of thinly sliced medium-rare lamb) and a Macon white to go with piruhi (ricotta ravioli with walnuts, little flowers and sage). All the appetizers on our meze plate were delicious: the bulgur-lentil patties reminiscent of falafel, beet tartare, zucchini stuffed with rice and spices, walnut with roasted red pepper and walnuts with feta. (Note: don't bring the friend who hates walnuts here.) Superb homemade bread. Service was well-informed and every member of the team was happy to swoop in to clear plates, refill water glasses, and keep re-drawing the thick curtains that happily kept the cold street air out. We were served promptly, only a little difficulty getting the bill at the same time as a huge birthday crowd needed their drink orders. About $250 for three with wine by the glass, dessert, coffee and tip.
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