Pastries

Eat in or take out a wide assortment of your favorite authentic Greek pastries including:

  1. Baklava: Probably the best known Greek pastry. Layers of filo are brushed with butter and layered with a sugary spiced nut mixture ad soaked in a fragrant syrup laced with lemon and cinnamon.
  2. Chocolate Baklava: A Greek favorite with a twist!
  3. Kataifi: Nuts sandwiched between layers of shredded wheat like pastry and glazed with honey syrup. This Mediterranean delicacy is perfect with coffee, tea, or milk or a scrumptious delight.
  4. Koulourakia: This is the traditional Greek butter cookie flavored with a hint of vanilla and egg glazed. This cookie is very addictive and well known for its ring and twisted shape.  A favorite of young and old. 
  5. Kourambiedes: Also known as the Greek Wedding Cookie, this crescent-shaped butter cookie melts in your mouth.  Covered with powdered sugar and filled with crunchy pieces of almond with a touch of brandy, gin, and vanilla.  This cookie makes a great compliment to your favorite coffees and teas.
  6. Melomakarona: A vegan-friendly delight.  This delicious spice cookie is soaked in a honey-based syrup made with vegetable oil, oranges, sugar, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg chocked full of walnuts.
  7. Pecan Queens Baklava: Pecans and walnuts nestled beside in flaky crispy layers of filo swathed in orange blossom honey syrup.  As beautiful to look at as it is beautiful to eat.
  8. Cheesecake Baklava: The classic baklava with a twist!
  9. Almond Crescents: Sweet almond cookies Greek style.
  10. Galaktoboureko: A Greek dessert of semolina custard in filo. Made in a pan, it has filo layered on top and underneath and cut into square portions. It is served or coated with a clear, sweet syrup.
  11. Tsoureki: Sometimes called “Easter Greek Bread” it is a sweet, egg-enriched bread, formed of braided strands of dough.
Cheesecake Baklava

Cheesecake Baklava

tsoureki

Tsoureki

Kataifi

Baklava, Melomakarona, Kourambiedes

Baklava, Melomakarona, Kourambiedes

Baklava

Baklava