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With modern spins ranging from pocket-friendly to extravagant, a new wave of creative chefs is rediscovering regional Greek food.

By Despina Trivolis

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Contemporary Greek cuisine in motion.

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Definitely order the portokalopita at Tsiftis.

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You might want to book in advance for a table at Akra.

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One of the coveted tables of Pharaoh.

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Taverna ton Filon

Sommelier Giorgos Kontorizos (left) and Chef Ioannis Mousios (right).

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What happens in FITA's kitchen, does not stay in the kitchen.

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Yup, you can peak behind the curtains and inside Rakor's kitchen.

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Mani Mani's handmade bread with olive oil butter and olives is the perfect starter.

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Mani Mani