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Short Orders

Greek goodness

(Chitose Suzuki for The Globe)
By Kathleen Pierce
Globe Correspondent / May 5, 2010

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The French have crème fraîche, the British clotted cream, the breakfast crowd at Maugus Restaurant in Wellesley authentic Greek yogurt. With the first spoonful of Vaso Papakonstantinou’s yogurt, you know you have the perfect creamy paradox, both heavy and light. Using low-fat organic milk, strained and refrigerated overnight, Maugus’s friendly proprietor works his magic and has amassed a following of health-conscious diners who order containers to go ($6.95 for 16 ounces). Tangy and tart on its own, or sweetened with strawberries and blueberries ($5.95), this dreamy breakfast is rivaling pancakes for top billing. Maugus Restaurant, 300 Washington St., Wellesley, 781-235-9647.