There are many good reasons to book this restaurant: its architecture and 1960s style that give it a postmodern look, causing UNESCO to list it as a World Heritage Site; its incredible views of the Parthenon, that literally gives you the impression to be dining with the gods; and evidently its gastronomic reputation, as the Athenians come here for special occasions, such as Orthodox Easter and family celebrations.
Young chef Haris Nikolouzos serves traditional Greek dishes. Among other specialities, enjoy a gorgeous tapas platter or crispy calamari. Extend the feast to a tuna tataki served with avocado mousse, or a lobster Thermidor (with egg yolk and brandy) with spaghetti in tomato sauce. As for dessert, revel in a hazelnut dacquoise cake or the famous and typical orange-based portokalopita, served with homemade vanilla ice cream. An exceptional place for an exceptional dinner!
117 23 Athens
+30 210 923 3182
Menu: around 55 EUR