Having been to both of George Colambaris's restaurants, The Press Club and Hellenic Republic, I was drawn to visiting another one of his ventures, Gazi, conveniently situated next to the higher end Press Club restaurant. The sister and I booked a week in advance and boy, most of the dinner times had already been booked in advance and we were informed over the phone that we may have to be seated at the bar.
Upon arrival, the restaurant is loud with chatters, indirectly making the restaurant's music selection appear weaker in comparison. Waiting staff zipped around us hurriedly and hungry patrons steadily streamed in, anticipating attention and seats, obviously. Luckily we managed to get a table to ourselves although conversation wise, not much could be heard.
We settled for the 8 dish sharing menu after being advised that the 10 dish option would be an unwise decision - one that we did not regret at all.