OUZERIA, a light filled, simple, attractive place, is located just off a very busy shopping street in the Lewinsky neighborhood. The Chef and his assistant are busy behind the bar, in a small kitchen that looks incredibly organized, reflecting the way things are done here: meticulously, with determination and never in a hurry. The hot olive bread which keeps us busy during the very short wait is made to dip in the fragrant olive oil. The lunch menu is short, varied and sun-inspired, with a selection of starters and main dishes that perfectly complement each other. The dishes are attractive to look at and exciting to eat. The superb beet ravioli stuffed with goat cheese mousse, avoids being overly mild thanks to the subtle parsley sauce. The marinated mullet with a creamy yogurt base is interesting with a lovely salsa sauce that adds character. We try vegan wheat risotto, served with delicious “sausage” stuffed with pine nuts and mushrooms. It is quite clever and tasty with a satisfying mushroom flavor. Ouzeria offers inspired, extremely fresh Greek style cuisine, pleasant service and a very interesting price for this quality and creativity.