Food fit for the gods – OPSO Greek Restaurant | Love London | Lifestyle Blog
Greek food has got to be up there with one of my favourite cuisines. Kalamata olives, souvlaki, pastitsio, spanakopita - I love it all! So when I heard about OPSO, a modern Greek restaurant located in the heart of Marylebone, I jumped at the chance to check it out. 'OPSO' – meaning a delectable morsel of food – couldn't be a more appropriate name for this place. The menu is made up of a various small plate dishes, all of which sounded absolutely delicious (with the exception of the snails and chips, which I was slightly skeptical of). As usual, my eyes were much bigger than my stomach and we completely over ordered. We kicked things off with the dakos salad – a mix of semi dried cherry tomatoes, olives, feta cheese and crispy bread rusks (yum!), the smoked metsovone cheese with homemade rhubarb jam (this was a favourite) and the handmade spanakopita. The larger plate menu provided further temptation - the 16-hour slow cooked lamb shank served on a bed of tomato and lemongrass orzo is