The Upper West Side is experiencing a restaurant resurgence that belies economic indicators. But it's the return of Kefi, Michael Psilakis and Donatella Arpaia's inexpensive Greek temple, that may be most welcome of all. After all, there are 130 more seats and a menu filled with "shockingly low" prices, as Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld reported last month. What exactly is there to eat? We sent photographer Melissa Hom to capture everything from the Cypriot sausage to the sheep's-milk dumplings. Watch the slideshow to see the illustrated menu.
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