I think we enjoyed it more than our trip to the Black Olive.
Ikaros is a rather old-fashioned sort of place. There are so many paintings, photos, and maps of Greece on the walls, it's almost like a Greek version of Haussner's. The menu is nowhere near as extensive, thankfully, but it was still difficult to choose from all the tempting dishes available. Mr Minx's brother went with us, so that gave us the opportunity to try an extra entree.
|Saganaki, sans flames
We started off with the spanakopita and the saganaki. The spinach pie was hot, crispy, and filled with spinach seasoned with feta and mint. It was delicious, as was the flaming kefalograviera cheese, set alight with brandy by our waitress, then doused with lemon juice to put out the flame. It was gooey and salty and slightly herbal, and really cried out for bread better than the squishy Italian-style bread on the table.
|Lamb with green beans
|Galaktoboureko, baklava, kataifi
Ikaros has been around forever, and it's obvious some of the customers have been coming around almost that long. The food is good, no wonder.
4805 Eastern Ave
Baltimore, MD 21224
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