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Former Nello Summertimes Is Now 'Nammos'

Southampton Village has a new Greek restaurant.

Manhattan restaurateurs Nello Balan and Thomas Makkos' former Nello Summertimes space in Southampton Village is now Nammos Estiatorio.

The seasonal Greek and Mediterranean restaurant, at the corner of Main Street and Post Crossing, specializes in charcoal grilled whole-fish entrees.

The menu includes Alaskan arctic char, red snapper from the U.S., karavides from Scotland, and tsipoura, fagri (snapper) and lavraki (European bass) from Greece, as well as tiger shrimp from West Africa. Fish are priced per pound at market rate.

Some other entrees include lamb chops with zucchini lettuce salad, lemon potato and spicy chicken pea sauce ($39), grilled organic half chicken with sauteed orzo spinach, fresh tomato and eggplant lemon grass sauce ($28), and seared sushi-grade pepper crust yellow fun tuna with sour trahana, French beans, green peas, grape tomatoes, sweet corn and spicy yogurt sauce. ($34)

The "Nammos Special" appetizer is crisp paper thin zucchini and eggplant chips with tzatziki sauce ($14). Traditional Greek spanakopita is baby spinach, feta cheese, crispy phyllo and roasted red pepper sauce ($10).

Call 631-287-5500 for hours and reservations or visit Nammos on opentable.com.

christie nicolle June 03, 2012 at 02:41 PM
Nello should apologize for beating up his girlfriend years ago in New York + show some humility! As for the greek food - it's superlative.

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