Mythos doesn't do anything adventurous, and their menu is fairly limited, but the food is pretty good. The Avgolemono soup was nicely flavored and tasty. Likewise, the Chicken Souvlaki Plate consisted of tender meat with just the right amount of tang, and its slight dryness was corrected by the accompanying tzatziki sauce. Surprisingly, however, no lamb dishes are offered even though one typically associates that meat with Greek cuisine.
Service was prompt, and the Greek wine we chose was OK and reasonably priced. My main complaint about Mythos is their reliance on plastic and styrofoam -- no glassware, or china, or metal utensils are to be found. I complained about this to the manager who, to his credit, was not at all defensive; he explained that he was looking for alternatives, and he suggested that the situation would change at some point in the future. Let's hope that it's sooner rather than later, both for ecological reasons and because the food at Mythos is better than its current fast-food presentation might suggest.
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