10. Jan, 2017


21 Bateman Street, Soho, London W1D 3AL

A little taste of Greek heaven in the heart of Soho. This cosy little venue with its tables neatly packed in will have you coming back for more & more. If you’ve had Greek food before then you will understand just how good their food is.  

You certainly will NOT be disappointed when the food actually arrives, the menu is very manageable and holds all the traditional styles of Greek dishes you would expect, from the delicious mini-wraps and meat skewers, to a perfect selection of Greek sides, starters and dips and it’s all here for you to try. If you can’t make your mind up go for the SUVLAKI EXUBERANCE (for two to share) that way you will get to taste almost everything on the menu and go home pleasantly stuffed and the homemade tzatziki was sooo good we even asked for more! Dee-lish!

Another nice touch is the tiny little kitchen that sits right front of house, sending aromatic grilling smells wafting around the restaurant to tantalise your taste buds in anticipation.

One wall in the restaurant is adorned with what looks like original fluted columns, shipped in from Italy not Greece, however, the marble table-tops are definitely from Greece. The opposite wall is adorned with sprayed graffiti slogans, which works really well and just modernises the place a bit more (even the tiny ‘disco’ toilet is sloganed!).

If you’re drinking, then the Greek wine list won’t break the bank and there’s even a beer list of micro-brewed Greek Beers.

We loved this place, fun, cosy, serving exceptional Greek food, its small but perfectly formed. Shhhh, if you want to get in don’t brag about it too much or you will have to wait but even if you do, it’s so worth it!!