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Solomos exochiko ($26), a wrap consisting of salmon baked in filo with spinach and feta, is one of the most popular dishes at Yanni’s, located at 2601 Navy Blvd. in The Glen Town Center in Glenview. Photos by Sarah Haider/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The light and flavorful marides ($13) appetizer is made of fried, floured smelts served with skordalia, a garlic spread.
Yanni’s creates a unique and easy to eat version of the Greek desert staple, baklava ($8).
Greek yogurt mousse ($8) is topped with a sweet tomato marmalade is just one of many original creations at Yanni’s.
The maratho salata is made with thinly-sliced fennel with pomegranate, pinenuts, tarragon and dill tossed in olive oil and lemon vinaigrette and topped with feta.
Courtney Jacquin, Contributing Editor
2:03 pm CST December 28, 2016

If you leave Yanni’s hungry, you’re doing it wrong.

The Glenview restaurant, managed by seasoned restaurant veteran Andy Kalyviaris, is a little like going to your grandma’s house for Sunday supper, if your grandma is a world-class chef.

Yanni’s opened in October, taking over the old space of Jameson’s Charhouse in The Glen Town Center.