I stumbled across this restaurant one summer day walking aimlessly around Hell's Kitchen. I was feeling very lonely that day and thought some good food and a bottle of wine would help lift my spirits. I walked in and was seated promptly, which I liked. My waiter, Petros, was simply incredible. When I first saw him approaching, I must admit, I was a little scared. He was very imposing and looked like he didn't really shave or iron his clothes, but as soon as he spoke I felt completely at ease (and strangely fascinated). I was visibly flustered and Petros, seeing this, calmed me with a simple ""Ish OK!"" I think he was trying to say ""It's Ok"" but couldn't quite pronounce it right, being Greek and all. I found this irresistible. The restaurant was in between the lunch and dinner shifts, thus very quiet, which allowed Petros to give me his full attention which I savored more than the delectable greek cuisine which I was served. We talked and Petros told me about being a little boy in Greece, running and playing on the numerous islands during the summer months. I could have stayed there all night with him.
Pros: Petros Petros Petros... and the food, but who cares.
Cons: That Petros has two days off a week(wed and sun).