Absolutely love this place. Great menus and superior service. This is now a monthly must eat place. Both locations are worthy of a visit
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Fans of Kojak would like this place. The spinach pie, which my wife ordered, was terrific. I had grilled marinated chicken (shish tawook) which was good, but not in the same class as the spinach pie. Nice ambience! Super waiter (J.B.)! El Chompo bites again!
Been here multiple times, and it just always impresses me...firstly, the food is innovative, tasty and packed with flavor. The spreads are amazing, especially the roasted red pepper and eggplant spreads. Love the mushroom pizza. Sweet potato falafel...yummy. I could just go on and on...More
We came back home (Charlotte) after three yrs. Ilios Noche was a big fav then. Glad to report it's still great. The grilled octopus app is delicious. Many items from Italian, Greek, and Mediterranean for entree choice. Bar is wonderful. Visit. You won't be disappointed....More
We take out or come here after church every month or two. From an appearance standpoint it's a nice middle of the road establishment. The Crazy Lasagna and Garganelli (excellent ragu) are both absolutely outstanding.
We went to Ilios with many positive comments from friends. I asked for the most favored item on the menu. The waiter said the Lamb is a real favorite. When the dish arrived the smell was very strong and uninviting. The dish presented as very...More
First started eating at IN years ago on Park Road. Very happy when Providence Road location opened as it was closer to home. The last 3 or 4 visits have been disappointing. Food remains decent however the tables and silverware are always filthy. I asked...More
Worst trout I have ever eaten, anywhere , anytime. Completely tasteless and drowned in balsamic vinaigrette. Potatoes serve with it, equally terrible. Nice waiter, good atmosphere. Just an unimaginative plate of food. My husband's food was good. The waiter removed my terrible plate of food...More
The smoking rye appertif started off with a bang of smoldering applewood. Dave knew enough to release the smoke appropriately. Kudos. The saganaki couldn't be flamed due to adjoining structures. Hmmm! The lamb shank was fall off the bone on a nice long grain pasta....More