Find out what Greek restaurants to try in Mount Sinai. Mount Sinai is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located within the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 12,118 at the 2010 census. The hamlet is located on the North Shore of Long Island, and is served by the Mount Sinai School District and the Mount Sinai Fire Department, founded on October 25, 1930. The Mount Sinai Fire District covers approximately 5.5 square miles including the Mount Sinai Harbor and parts of the Long Island Sound. Mount Sinai's ZIP code is 11766.
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4 based on 73 reviews
Experience the unique taste of Mavi Grill: Fine Turkish Cuisine. A blend of traditional Turkish and Mediterranean dishes, always fresh, and cooked to perfection. In a rush? Call in your order ahead of time and we will bring it to your car upon arrival! Wa
We have been to this wonderful spot many times and always find the food plentiful and consistent. The spanakopita is delicious and flaky. The salads are fresh and the mahi mahi was grilled to perfection. They serve bulgar with their dishes which is nice alternate to rice.My favorite thing is the Turkish coffee...not for the faint of heart! It is a wonderful cupOf coffee joy and my hubby loves the baclava. We are happy to be regulars. Whether you are going with one or ten people the food and staff are great!
4 based on 68 reviews
At Alexandros Restaurant we feature specials every night of the week, eclectic menus, and are consistently updating our seasonally inspired cocktail list. Enjoy a special night out with us!
Dropped in on an "all you can eat Monday mussels" night which doesn't begin to do justice to the fine Greek food on offer. My Greek salad was crisp and fresh with peppers, olives, vine leaves, tomato, lettuce and cucumber and my mussels in feta, spinach, garlic and white wine were a delight. There are the usual Greek delicacies on offer and seafood as well, everything is home made. The garlicky humus brought to the table with dark, feather light toasted pitta was on its own, wonderful. A local restaurant with loads of vibe, we were welcomed by host Jack, and co-owner Andrea. I would go back in a flash. The record of the all you can eat mussels night, according to Jack, is 14 bowls of mussels in one sitting. I had one bowl and was full ! My mussels were perfect.
4 based on 130 reviews
There were 6 of us for dinner, we were all happy with our food. We got from Souvlaki to pasta, all good. For dessert we got the fondue sampler....YUM!!! brownies, rice crispy treats, marshmallows, strawberries, pineapple and a bowl of melted milk chocolate!!! Very cute place with a very caring staff and owner. Would definitely go again!
3 based on 29 reviews
Met my mom for lunch here on a Friday afternoon. Wasn't crowded, seated right away, staff very pleasant and efficient. My mom ordered the Greek salad with grilled shrimp and I got the Greek salad with salmon. Portions are large, fresh and very delicious. Greek salad dressing was served on the side along with tasty pita bread.Highly recommend this place and can't wait to go back!
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