WHY The best of both coasts: Portuguese dishes alongside classic Greek fare.
WHAT Alexis Kavvadias’s decades-old restaurant evolved when his Portuguese-born wife, Fatima, came on board. The candlelit dining room is more elegant, and the wine list and menu more diverse. Greek country-style specialties like braised lamb with artichoke hearts in lemon sauce already made it a standout. Now there’s Portuguese broiled chicken with pepperypiri piri sauce, a fabulouscoelho estufado (braised rabbit) and a selection of international pastries.
WHO West Valley residents glad to have authentic Greek in a white tablecloth setting, and, of course, Portuguese food lovers.