As we made our way through the first offerings, three skillets also arrived. There was one filled to the brim with scallops another with fried calamari and the third was the very necessary gooey saganaki. Oh fried cheese! The scallops were sweet and plump and the calamari crispy with the lightest of crusts. What a wonderful start. Rustic, homely Greek food at it's best really.
We had a bowl of Greek salad to help cut through the richness of the meat and we slowly made our way through all these dishes of deliciousness.
It looked like we'd struggle but we weren't rushed and gradually over time a respectable dent was made. Team effort though.
We had a really fun night at Jim's. It's not sophisticated food but it tastes honest and satisfying. It can be a little off putting not knowing how much everything costs until the bill comes and I have heard that Jim can have a reputation of over feeding and therefore hiking up the bill. Our bill came to $50 per head which included a decent tip and it was BYO with no corkage so we felt that it was good value for a night of giggles, gorging and a real taste of Greece.