Uncle Nick's

Restaurants, Greek Chelsea
  • 3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
4 Love It
Save it
Uncle Nick's
Uncle Nick's

Diners can assemble a feast fit for a king at Uncle Nick’s Greek restaurant in Chelsea. Get the meal started with a selection of Mediterranean appetizers, like tzatziki and pita ($8), taramosalata, a tangy fish roe dip ($8), shrimp saganaki ($15), fried baby smelt ($13) and feta-tomato salad dressed simply with olive oil ($10). For the main course, choose from traditional favorites like spanakopita ($18), moussaka ($18), gyro served with pita ($15) or shrimp with tomatoes, garlic and feta ($24). Make it a proper Greek feast by adding a few sides: dolmas ($7), dandelion greens ($6) and oven-baked potatoes with tomatoes and zucchini ($8) would do nicely. Finish the meal with something sweet, like sticky baklava ($6), classic rice pudding ($6) or homemade Greek yogurt served with honey and walnuts ($7).


Venue name: Uncle Nick's
Address: 382 Eighth Ave
New York
Cross street: at 29th St
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am–11pm
Transport: Subway: N, R to 28th St (Broadway)
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
Do you own this business?
To improve this listing email: feedback@timeout.com

You may be interested in:

NaN people listening
Maria M

Good, fresh Greek food, but not worthy of the prices you'd pay. I would rate the restaurant based on the food solely as a 3.5/4, but it deserves 3 stars because of the horrible service. I waited almost twenty minutes for a piece of pita bread, and a half hour for someone to clear our food and bring the check... and the restaurant was not even busy. If you're looking for decent Greek food in the area and don't have to rush, this place is fine. But if you're looking for amazing Greek food at a reasonable price and a good restaurant, you're sure to find better picks around the city, especially in Astoria.

More venues

Sponsored listings