I would rather vivit Bebeka (in Greek Bebeka means "Little baby girl") on a week day or for lunch rather than busy weekends.
Some of its food is traditionally delicious such as fried eggs on a mount of fresh French fries. The salads are also commendable and some of its mains well made. Nothing too spectacular, the variety of meats is far too great so this place may not be chosen for fish or among vegetarians though there are choices in the menu for the latter . The service is generally courteous though at busy times the house still suffers from inadequate capable hands. The printed menu on which each guest can record her/ his preferences is a cute idea but at some point the menu must be renewed because the "same ol' same ol'" might become boring not just for the regulars but also for the chef.