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Pappous Greek Restaurant Knows What’s Good for You

January 2, 2019

Pappous Greek Kitchen is up and operating in Yorktown Heights, NY, run by Rui Cunha, who has been a restaurateur in Westchester for about 15 years and now is offering authentic dishes, fresh salads and what he calls Pappous style sandwiches

He knew how to pick the spot – it’s in his hometown and he told the Yorktown Daily Voice that he came back because he knows the area well and felt “a tremendous need for a new restaurant in Yorktown.”

“I started with a limited menu so that I could see how the local people responded to it…Based on all the information I have gathered, I will be expanding the menu with more traditional specialties as well as a nice selection of fresh seafood and expanded gluten-free options,” Cunha said, adding that the place is “warm and rustic.”

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