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At half the price of Midtown estiatorios, Yiasou ("Cheers") offers a slightly reduced roster of whole fish on ice, but a larger proportion are local or sustainable. The lightly crumbed and lovingly fried flounder is a high point of the menu, as are the occasionally available grilled sardines, which are sweet and meaty and a gorgeous shade of steel blue. Appetize with the beet and scordalia salad, or the cheese ignited tableside known as saganaki. The colorful room opens to salty Sheepshead Bay breezes in fine weather on this hopping restaurant strip. Bone up on Greek wines before you go; the reds in particular are lovely and well-priced.
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Our long pork-belly winter has faded into the back-ground. Following the dictates of our foodie patriarchs, we've obediently sucked down hundredweights of lard, butter, and tallow, and generally treated our weary corpses as oleaginous dumping... More »
The white-haired waiter bows as a new crowd of customers enters—in this case, a bevy of brown-shirted Dunkin' Donuts managers, who take their places at one of the long tables, smudges of powdered sugar visible on their sleeves. They stare... More »
Sail out to Sheepshead Bay to enjoy the best whole-fish restaurant in the city, Yiasou ("Cheers" in Greek). The lightly breaded flounder is a masterpiece, moist and succulent, and the grilled branzino is every bit as cheap and tasty.
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