A nice Greek place in the Farmer’s Market.
Between the Grove and the Farmer’s Market, you’ve got a plethora of choices for your dining pleasure. But I’ve got to say, in terms of sheer ease and coziness, you might want to try Ulysses’ Greek.
It’s just across the street from the Grove, just outside the Farmer’s Market, and may be the second restaurant you’ll encounter on your way inside. You step inside, you see that the fire’s going, its hard not to be drawn in. Ulysses’ Greek may not be taken all the way to Greece, but you are certainly taken away from the strum and drang of the Grove’s mile-a-minute shoppers.
WHAT SHOULD I GET?: Now, I cannot claim to be an expert on Greek food, but I really, really liked what I had. The number one thing that I think about when I leave that place was the Skordalia. It was served with warm pita bread, and was just heavenly. It’s now a part of the Three Spread combo up top of the menu. I was ready to eat that instead of the Chicken Skewers (aka Kabobs) I had coming my way.
IMPORTANT SAFETY TIP, PEOPLE: You know…there really isn’t one. The one thing I’ll say is that this may be the place to go to if this is your first experience with Greek Food. Like I said, it’s warm and comfortable. It may be the place to go to ask any elementary questions about Greek food. Like what is “Skordalia” for example.
6333 West 3rd Street – Farmer’s Market
Los Angeles, 90036