Owned by the same folks who've run the wildly successful Taverna Opa in Lauderdale and Hollywood for many years, Taverna Kyma is Opa's more sedate Boca Raton cousin: understated décor in oranges and blues (two trays of autumnal foliage hang from the ceiling), sexy Aegean club music, low prices, a full bar. The menu's identical to Opa's, and by now these guys know what to do with a grilled prawn. Delicious: crisp fried rounds of zucchini sprinkled with cheese and served with skordalia as a sort of dip. Steamed wild greens soaked in olive oil and lemon, classic spanakopita (spinach pie), tender roast lamb, moussaka - and drop-dead gorgeous waiters. Yum.
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