Find These Delectable Greek Dishes Just Outside of Port Chester

Across the Mill Street Bridge that connects Port Chester to Byram is an eatery offering traditional Hellenic fare — the warm pita, the creamy spreads, gyro, souvlaki  — done with a deft, CIA-trained hand.    

Chef Steve Karipides, along with sisters Maria and Sophia who manage the front-of-the-house, run this Fairfield County restaurant their father John started in 1984.

Famous Greek Kitchen in Byram
www.famousgreekkitchen.com
Cuisine: Greek
Entrées: $18-$30; Deep-dish Pizzas: $13-$18

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Avocado cilantro hummus is one of many winning dips

Moroccan chicken thighs over jasmine rice

Pan-seared Chilean sea bass over lemon-herb potatoes and organic dandelion greens

Look for the salad special comprised of plump figs, onions, and ripe tomatoes

Loukaniko, or pork sausage flavored with orange peel and fennel seed

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Desserts are house-made, and thankfully, not cloyingly sweet like at many Greek restaurants

 

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