Michael Psilakis and Greek wine in Food & Wine magazine

Above: Greek-American celebrity chef Michael Psilakis is featured in the August issue of Food & Wine.

Most would agree that he’s the top Greek chef in the U.S. today: we were thrilled to see Michael Psilakis featured together with contemporary and classic Greek cuisine in this month’s issue of Food & Wine Magazine and to discover that he’s recommended the Boutari 2006 Nemea with one of his dishes.

You can find 3 of Michael’s recipes online here.

The thing we love so much about Michael and his cooking is how he gives timeless elegance to the classics of Greek cuisine in this country.

We recently visited his Upper Westside bustling eatery, Kefi. Here are some highlights.

Classic Greek salads as appetizer.

Grilled sardines. Hungry yet?

Pillowy Sheep’s milk dumplings are one of his signature dishes.


505 Columbus Ave
New York, 10024
(212) 873-0200

Elegant, heart-warming interpretations of classic Greek cuisine, friendly and informed staff, family-friendly prices, and a list with a wide range of Greek wines (our server was extremely knowledgeable).

Highly recommended (great date venue, too!).

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3 Comments on “Michael Psilakis and Greek wine in Food & Wine magazine”

  1. Michael Pailakis is a great chef and he may be the best chef for Greek food in the country

  2. Francarlo Negro Says:

    I think that the Greek cuisin isn’t very interesting: only a few dishes, generally not treated. This in Greece.
    However the Croatian cuisin is very articulate: quality ingredients and care in carrying out the dishes (for now!).
    Francarlo Negro
    P.s.:I expressed the opinion is based solely on personal experiences during my holidays.

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