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Best Value: Simple and satisfying, this restaurant eschews the trendy decor and modern dishes in favor of classic, home style Greek cooking served in a serene, relaxed atmosphere. Located in Greektown, just 10 minutes from the Inner Harbor, this restaurant transports you to another place. From crisp fried calamari to creamy moussaka to flavorful broiled whole fish, this restaurant guarantees you won't leave hungry. Lamb is served eight ways, and is especially tasty in a simple sauce of wine and tomato. The friendly staff is made up of people of Greek heritage, who wear elegant Greek-style garb, and who love to introduce visitors to their traditional cuisine.

Greek, Take Out: Simple and satisfying, this restaurant eschews the trendy decor and modern dishes in favor of classic, homestyle Greek cooking served in a serene, relaxed atmosphere. From crisp fried calamari to creamy moussaka to flavorful broiled whole fish, this restaurant guarantees you won't leave hungry. Lamb is served eight ways, and is especially tasty in a simple sauce of wine and tomato. The friendly staff is made up of people of Greek heritage, who wear elegant Greek-style garb, and who love to introduce visitors to their traditional cuisine. Reservations recommended.

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Local Expert Tawanna Browne Smith Says:

Best Value: "Ikaros is a popular restaurant because they serve great food at excellent value. Do make a reservation."

Recommended as Best Value Because: Ikaros is always highly rated as one of the best spots in Baltimore for great Greek food and large portions.

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