A very pure and traditional Greek salad is served at Kyma in Roslyn. (Credit: Jin Lee)
The wave of Greek restaurants on Long Island crests in Roslyn. The newest to reach shore is
. Kyma washes over the address recently occupied by Trata Estiatorio, remembered for the stellar cooking of Luis Falcon. Now, Kyma has turned mostly to sandy hues, stucco and a rush of whiteness brighter than a postcard from Santorini. Banquettes and tables long and square fit snugly in...
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