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Get What You Want at  Andonia Elefteriou’s Tarpon Springs Restaurant

Andonia Elefteriou has a unique approach for her Quirky Fork restaurant in Tarpon Springs, Florida, which boasts a big Greek-American community: customers get to design their meal.

She calls the place, which opened in May 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Euro Fusion cafe where the menu changes daily and caters to the whims and wants of its diners, said The Tamp Bay Times in a feature.

“I don’t call it a restaurant – it’s our culinary home,” Elefteriou said. “When you sit at our house, you are now part of our family.”

That means she asks questions about what you like and don’t and there’s a chalkboard menu which details the reveries of the offerings so let your mind wander and throw in what you want too.

You want feta on your fish? You got it! “My board is like Cliffs Notes,” she told the paper. “We’ll write your culinary novel together,” she said.

That includes mixing foods from cultures and countries, maybe mixing Moroccan with Mexican and, of course, her own Greek fares.

She runs it with daughter Alexia and calls the approach Le Cordon Bleu-ish.

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