Ouzeria is located in the middle of the increasingly gentrified Florentine neighborhood, but has retained its authenticity. This attractive restaurant clearly has lots of assets including simple design with adjacent but not overly close tables, a warm vibe, pleasant very efficient service, and a good selection of aniseed flavored alcohols. They serve Greek cuisine such as tsatsiki, fish and seafood, but also locally influenced dishes such as sinia lamb kebab or eggplant carpaccio. The dishes are flavorful, based on fresh products and skillfully executed. We recommend the smoked tuna bruschetta with refreshing green onions and tomato, livened up with a little chili pepper; mullet served with a few touches of creamy yogurt, and a filet of fish with excellent quality olive oil sauce, delicately flavored thinly chopped herbs, and the expected tartness of lemon. We were delighted with the freshness and lightness of our all-fish selection. To continue on a light note, try the creamy Greek yogurt ice cream served with honey, pistachios and dried apricots: three distinctive, summery flavors. Ouzeria, with its very festive atmosphere, is full up every night and definitely contributes to the appeal of the Levinksy neighborhood.