The Greek Islands reinvented in Sydney
While Australians will soon be leaving to enjoy their first European summer since the start of the pandemic, for those who remain, the The telegraph of the day showcased venues opening in Sydney that reimagine the Greek island experience.
The restaurateurs, it seems, are aware of the pent-up desire for travel and a change of scenery within the community, and have moved to recreate in their space the warm European hospitality, drawing inspiration from the beautiful Greek islands and the Mediterranean. .
Eros, the god of love, is the name of the lounge bar that recently opened in Kings Cross, similar in style to bars in Mykonos, in light, sandy colors
“People want a fun vibe and nobody does it better than the Greeks,” said chef Murat Ekinci. The telegraph of the day.
Another venue offering a unique Greek dining experience opened by the sea, in Bondi, Topikos Bar and Dining Room, with a menu based on essential Greek ingredients for traditional recipes with a contemporary twist.
In the southern Sydney suburb of Carss Park and Brighton-Le-Sands, where the next Greek Festival will be held in May, the iconic ‘Meet the Greek’ restaurant has relaunched, adding a warm and friendly touch to its setting that will highlight featured the traditional tastes of the village.
Earlier this year, in the revamped dining room of The Rocks, Greek-Australian chef Peter Conitsis opened his restaurant Ploos which offers al fresco dining like the Greek islands, with a menu derived from southern Aegean Sea.