Went for brunch on Sunday. Service was great - very sweet and earnest woman. She recommended a special from the dinner menu which was being offered for Mother's Day brunch - scallops for $15. 4 juicy guys, on a bed of tomato sauce. They were succulent and simple. We started with the pikalia - assortment of greek dips and a stuffed grape leave. Very good quaility all three of the dips. Bread was warm and grilled. For dessert we had a special molten chocolate cake that had wild strawberries soaked in champagne - bright and fruity! And we also had the vanilla rice pudding which was wonderful. We had debated over the baklava and vetoed it. But waitress broguht us a mini baklava anyhow. sweet. It wasn't that great though. Nice afternoon.