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eatinginqueens Jun 12, 2009 12:10 PM

I'm looking for a GOOD Greek restaurant in Astoria, but I don't have a lot of money to spend. Can anyone give a suggestion of a good place that you would also consider a good deal?

  1. johnk Jun 13, 2009 04:41 AM

    Best deal for good greek food in Astoria is the Lunch Special @ Taverna Kyclades.
    I always get the grilled calamari w/horta. (10.95)
    Regards,
    JK

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      irvingk Jun 13, 2009 11:54 AM

      I think Taverna Kyclades has the best fish in Astoria. My favorite, lunch or dinner.

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      jenhen2 Jun 12, 2009 01:30 PM

      Aliada on 30th and Broadway is good. You can also get away with less by ordering several apps at some of the other places. I like S'Agapo and what used to be Stamatis on Broadway and 32nd Street and is now called something like Barami.

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        Yaxpac Jun 12, 2009 02:13 PM

        S'Agapo is indeed great, but not cheap by any means...

        maybe try BZ grill for more inexpensive fare...

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          yussdov Jun 12, 2009 07:14 PM

          if you make a meal out of the apps at philoxenia, it'll run you about 25 w/o drinks, you'll have plenty to eat, and some of the apps will even be seafood. if you add a whole grilled fish, then apps, drinks, tip and tax will run you about 35-40 bucks a person.

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        Yaxpac Jun 12, 2009 01:03 PM

        Can you provide a price range? that would help narrow things down a bit...a good deal for some is not the same for others.

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          eatinginqueens Jun 12, 2009 03:49 PM

          I'd like to spend $20 per person without drinks, or less. The prices at Philoxenia look pretty good but their seafood prices are not set, and the rest of the menu looks very meat-centered. Any places that focus on fish and vegetarian options that are not too expensive?

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            Harlan Jun 13, 2009 11:21 AM

            Honestly, I'm not sure you'll be happy with much in that price range, at least if you want fish. "Good cheap fish" mostly doesn't exist anymore. If I were you, I'd focus on small fish (anchovies, sardines) and calamari, as someone else suggested. Then go to a good Greek place like Philoxenia and get mostly apps with one or two fish dishes to share.

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