Seafood: The interior of Kyma is nothing short of stunning. The sky-like ceiling features twinkling stars and there are huge marble columns throughout the restaurant as well. Begin your meal with octopus and dolmas (stuffed grape leaves), both typical Greek fare. While you can certainly find meat-centric dishes at Kyma, you'd do best to order seafood here. The whole, basted and grilled fish is a special feast, but so too are the house specialties (cue the Arctic char and skate wing). Big eaters can opt for the All Meze Dinner (a selection of spreads plus five appetizers) or the Meze and Whole Fish Dinner (three spreads, four appetizers and a whole fish) for a range of eats. The restaurant offers a vegan and vegetarian menu as well.
Take Out: Traditional blue and white indicate immediately that the Aegean world is the focus of this appealing restaurant. Bolstering the theme are a twinkling, sky-like ceiling and massive marble columns. The cuisine recalls a coastal Greek village, and much of the fresh seafood the restaurant is known for is actually flown in from the Mediterranean. Grilled swordfish, sauteed Maine lobster, and ouzo-baked prawns join in, and lamb, duck, chicken, and steak are available as well. You also must sample the terrific supply of appetizers, which include the widely acclaimed wood-grilled octopus and plump dolmades with tzatziki.