This hidden gem in Emory delights with warm service and delicious Greek food. Order this to go: We did not think anything could improve on homemade falafel, but we were wrong; the chickpeas are fresh and ground to an almost creamy yet slightly crispy consistency. We imagine the pastitsio is as good as any a Greek grandmother would make, with its layers of hand-rolled pasta alternating with feta and ground beef, nestled into an herby tomato sauce and topped off with a delicious béchamel. Finish with the sticky-sweet baklava. Pro tip: Be sure to take home plenty of sweets from the bakery.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.