I have been coming to this fabulous Greek Cypriot restaurant for more than 30 years. Tucked away in a small parade in a residential area between Wood Green and Bounds Green, it’s longevity is a testament to the quality of food and service found here. At weekends it is always rammed full, so pre-booking is essential. The restaurant is laid out so as to be able to cater for both large and small groups. The atmosphere is always great, as is the service, which is very attentive without being intrusive. There is a comprehensive a-la-carte menu of authentic and traditional dishes, but many people go for the amazing meze which at £22, (minimum two people), is probably the best value in London, if not in the whole of the UK. The table is covered initially by about fifteen different small dishes and as they are finished the table is replenished with a seemingly endless variety of delicacies including beautifully dressed salads, fish, shellfish, cheese, pork loin and ending with a variety of kebabs – lamb, pork, chicken shish, spatchcock quail and Greek sausages. All the ingredients are the freshest imaginable and all the grilled items are infused with the unique seasonings from an aged charcoal grill. The food can be complemented by drinks from the fully licensed bar and an imaginative wine list. If you are in North London and like this type of food, it is well worth going out of your way to eat here. You will not be disappointed. The restaurant is patronised by a very strong local clientele as well as some who have travelled hundreds of miles to eat here. ( I used to live in the road opposite, but now live in Devon, always making a point of eating here whenever I travel to be with friends and family in London).