This sisterly trio of Greek restaurants delights flavor sensors with traditional and modern Greek cuisine, sharing the same tasty menu and Old World ambience with painted wall murals and faux colonnades. Dive kisser-first into a gooey snack with flaming cheese saganaki, featuring Greek kasseri cheese cooked to a bubbly, golden brown and flamed with brandy ($6.95), or allow dolmades to enter the tongue's abode and snake-charm taste buds with stuffed grape leaves drizzled in lemon sauce, served hot with pita bread ($5.95). Traditional Greek-ophiles can sink their cuspids into a gyro sandwich blended with seasoned beef and lamb, sliced thin, and topped with tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and tzatziki sauce on thick pita bread ($7.95), or record the precise melting temperature of tender, braised lamb shank when it enters the mouth, smothered in tomato-based brown gravy ($12.95).
Cubes of marbled bleu cheese tucked beside half-moons of Spanish chorizo decorate the wooden platters that rotate around Tapas Latin Fusion's tables—as do razor-thin slices of bright red carpaccio topped with curls of arugula and roasted peppers. Heralded by TCPalm as “wonderfully focused,” the restaurant's tapas reflect artistry and adherence to traditional Spanish cuisine. The attention to detail extends to its cocktails and sangrias, which are enhanced by muddled mint leaves, fresh-squeezed lime juice, and local honey. Additionally, dining companions can enjoy occasional live music against Tapas Latin Fusion's Mediterranean backdrop, accentuated with tiled art, wrought-iron chandeliers, and shipwrecked yacht captains.