Lithos Estiatorio, 405 Eisenhower Pkwy in Livingston

4.3 - 5 votes
  • 405 Eisenhower Pkwy
  • (973) 758-1111
  • website
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Hours

Su 1:00 - 21:00
Mo 12:00 - 22:00
Tu 12:00 - 22:00
We 12:00 - 22:00
Th 12:00 - 22:00
Fr 12:00 - 23:00
Sa 4:30 - 23:00

Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.

More Info

  • Parking: Private Lot
  • Ambience: Classy
  • Noise Level: Average
  • Attire: Dressy
  • Cuisines: European, Continental, Mediterranean, Greek
  • Alcohol: Full Bar
All menu

Ratings

  • Google 4
  • Facebook 5
  • Yelp 4
  • Foursquare 5
  • Tripadvisor 4

Take-Out/Delivery Options

delivery take-out

Tips

takes reservations caters accepts credit cards wheelchair accessible good for groups good for happy hour has tv outdoor seating wi-fi bike parking good for dates lunch, dinner wine cozy healthy food martinis ouzo lamb chops orzo

Reviews

Perry Croley
The food and service were ahead of my expectations. I really loved the ambience of this spot. Extraordinary place to take my family out for dinner.
August 2020
5
gary haas
Food and service was great. The outdoor dining was expansive and quite nice. The pork chop was very good as was the broccoli rabe
August 2020
5
Lucas Shepherd
Had a excellent experience in this spot with my girlfriend. The food came quick and the service is just excellent. Prices are convenient.
August 2020
5
E. G.
The place was basically empty on a Friday night ...need I say more? I won't be returning. Offensively bad experience. It's no longer owned by Greeks and it is very evident. This is absolutely not, in any way, shape, or form, a Greek estiatorio. It is overpriced Italian food masquerading as Greek food. You're better off going down the road to the fast food Greek place (Simple Greek is the name)-The dinner menu barely has any Greek dishes, other than the appetizers. All I could see was risotto this or bolognese that.-One of the members of our party wanted chicken souvlaki and the waiter (a brazilian guy who was extremely unprofessional) looked at her like she had 2 heads. "Oh, let me ask the chef if he has them.." Are you kidding me? What sort of Greek restaurant has to inquire whether or not they have CHICKEN SOUVLAKI? That's like a Mexican restaurant not having a burrito LOL-The risotto is overcooked and disgusting; if you can't get a risotto right, you are not putting in the time/effort to warrant the prices you charge.-Prices are exorbitant for the food they serve (Manhattan prices)-This Place tries REALLY hard to be upscale but they fail miserably. Don't clean the table with a crumb-scraper and then the next second have the waiter calling me "boss" or call me by first name - we are not friends. Call your patrons sir/madam and say "pardon my reach". I don't require such niceties, but if you're going to charge those prices and try to come off as fine dining, try to get the basics right and look the part. You are way out of your league.-The appetizers are the only Greek thing on the menu, and only in name. Take the spanakopita for example...it's almost certainly bought from Costco. Rather than being sliced from a tray out of the oven, they serve the pre-packaged triangle-shaped garbage. Embarrassing. -The lamb shank is doused with some sort of red sauce - one of the ugliest presentations of a dish I have ever seen. Not appetizing or tasty.-All the waiter did was up-sell, right from the opening offer of "what kind of water" would you like. I don't appreciate the "Oh, you want New Jersey water?" quip when we asked for tap water. You're not funny. There's actually another 1-star review further down with a customer complaining about the same thing (in his case, he ordered wine and the waiter implied that it was too cheap). Your job is to make your customers feel welcome, not like they are being cheap. You should be ashamed of yourself. -All this waiter (bald guy) did was promote the filet mignon, red snapper, buratta appetizer (Italian food) etc. How about naming a few GREEK specials? Pastitsio? Paidakia? Stifado? No? Just overpriced $50$ rib-eye steaks?AVOID. You're been warned.
July 2020
1
Nagal DAceus
great food, great atmosphere, great service. the octopus is 10 star
June 2020
0
Drew O.
This place is a solid 4 stars. The tzatziki sauce and fritters was great. Super al dente and fresh when they arrived. I was surprised. The shrimp saganaki and pita was very good. Flavor could be a little more developed. I got the lamb shank and rice. Fall off the bone delicious. I don't like mushrooms and it was in the rice. I should have asked for orzo or pasta with it. I will next time. Support Local Businesses!
April 2020
4
Laura Reper
Went on a Saturday night and it was a pleasure. Long relaxing dinner - not rushed at all. Enjoyed appetizers.... Oysters - so fresh. Scallops - perfectly cooked, tender and sweet. Dinner - pappardelle in a light pink sauce with lobster, clams, mussels - such fresh seafood. Great wine. Service was spot on and the owners were very sweet spending time to chat. Wonderful experience.
February 2020
5
Mimii Lo
Classy setting, outstanding service, friendly, inviting high end, romantic atmosphere. Great food & drinks. Just gorgeous.
February 2020
0
Suzanne Burnette
the food and drinks outstanding! The service fabulous!
February 2020
0
Dolph Chiarino
Been looking for a good authentic Greek restaurant & Lithos was the one for us. Every now & then we try different cuisines in our area & this was one on our list. They have great appetizers, fresh fish dishes, soups, seafood, meats, desserts & drinks. It’s medium priced but everything is fresh & well worth the money. If you’ve never been, I highly recommend this restaurant. Save room for coffee & desserts & make sure to make reservations over the weekend...
February 2020
5
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