This calm spot is nicely decorated in cool white and natural wood; service is pleasant and the menu extensive and exciting. We chose to share the hot and cold meze at £7.50 per person, which was lovely and seemingly generous – taramosaláta, tahini, houmous, delicious tzatzíki, singingly fresh tabouleh, halloumi, loukánika, crab (actually crab stick) salad and pantzarosaláta (dressed beetroot). It came at a cost, however, as we’d been served two portions rather than one to share. Main courses, alas, weren’t quite to the same standard. Calf’s liver arrived with grilled tomatoes and chips, plus a great thick slice of almost raw onion. The liver was generous and well-cooked, but had none of the fresh herbs so prevalent in the meze. Mixed soúvla (chicken and lamb grill) came with more tzatzíki and tabouleh, but neither meat had been graced with any flavouring, and the lamb was dry and tasteless. It seemed as if there were two different cooks in the kitchen.