Avlós, the local eatery run by sisters Nikoleta and Katerina Skartsilas, is bringing the delicious tastes of Greece to Phoenixville, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
The sisters are offering a mouthwatering menu inspired by the Greek Isles at the space that previously housed Andrew Deery’s Majolica.
The BYOB has been renovated and is now set up as a light and breezy taverna that takes patrons on a visual and flavorful journey to Greece. The interior is painted various shades of white with colorful artwork hanging on a textured brick wall. Diners also get to enjoy authentic music that adds to the mood yet does not overwhelm the conversation.
“We knew the area needed an authentic Greek experience,” said Katerina.
“And I had a way of producing a fresh, fun menu that would work in this wonderful community,” added Nikoleta.
The tender, crisply seared octopus accompanied by fava puree, red onions, and vinegar tops the list of must-tries. Swordfish, salmon, and a grilled branzino fillet are just as tasty. Outside of seafood, the chargrilled lamb chops and the pork souvlaki have quickly become favorites.
Read more about Avlós in Main Line Today.