Pastries


  • Baklava
    This famous layer upon layer of filo crust, chopped walnuts, butter, and honeyed syrup is best known of all Greek pastries.
  • Kataifi
    Kataifi filo with butter, chopped walnuts, cinnamon and cloves, topped with honey syrup.
  • Karidopita
    Spiced walnut honey cake.
  • Koulourakia
    Delicious butter and egg braided cookies. Not overly sweet and good with coffee.
  • Kourabiedes
    Powdered sugar shortbread-type cookies, with butter and egg yolk, flavored with brandy and dusted heavily with powdered sugar.
  • Melomakarona
    An orange-flavored cookie spiced with cinnamon. Dipped in honey and sprinkled with nuts.
  • Paximadia
    Greek biscotti.
  • Combination Pastries Box
    Consists of baklava, kataifi, karidopita, melomakarona, paximadia, and kourabiedes.
  • Tsoureki (sweet bread)
    This braided sweet bread, made with eggs, milk, sugar, butter and imported Greek flavorings is a specialty in every Greek home during Christmas and Easter holidays.
  • Loukoumades
    Warm dumplings covered with warm honey, cinnamon and brown sugar. A deliciously fresh and light pastry.
  • Baklava 2-scoop Ice Cream Sundae
    Ice Cream plain and Iced Slushies in fruit flavors