Monday, June 4, 2007

Ulysses Voyage Greek Restaurant

For a Monday night dinner, Ulysses Voyage is a solid taverna in the overrated Farmers Market, which whatever the natives say of its history, is beset by the metastasizing Grove. On Monday night, the absurd trolley that runs from Nordstrom to the Farmers Market, passing in front of the Ulysses Voyage patio, does not spark the usual outrage or contempt. On a clear evening with 70 degree weather, Ulysses Voyage grills octopus and shrimp with some competence and makes a spicy feta cheese that bears more than a slight resemblance to creamed cheese, but no matter. Ulysses Voyage is not going to serve a zesty whipped feta; it won’t even regale its saganaki-loving customers with a cry of “opa!” But after a stroll through Pan Pacific Park on a pleasant Monday night, Ulysses Voyage does the trick.

Ulysses Voyage Greek Restaurant
6333 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles
(323) 939-9728

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