Diners can assemble a feast fit for a king at Uncle Nick’s Greek restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen. 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).
We’re especially proud of our selection of dock-fresh seafood, but if meats are your love, you won’t find finer, more succulent dishes than our tender baby lamb, veal and beef entrees, grilled, broiled or baked to perfection. And don’t forget the chicken and quail!
When you’re in the mood to relax, your table is waiting. Look around and you may see Dennis Farina, Armand Assante, Dan Rather, Ernie Anastos or any number of familiar faces from theater, politics, and the movies sampling the same mouth-watering variety of appetizers as you! To Uncle Nick, everyone is family, and everyone gets the same warm welcome. When you’re in New York, but your heart is in Greece, come join us at Uncle Nick’s. It’s a trip you won’t soon forget! Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Credit cards accepted. Take out and delivery also available.
We’d be delighted to cater your next dinner or event.
|Venue name:||Uncle Nicks Greek Cuisine||Contact:|
747 Ninth Ave
|Cross street:||between 50th and 51st Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11:30am–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C, E to 50th St|
|Price:||Average main course: $15. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V|
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