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Serving some of Sydney’s best Greek cuisine, Aegean Blu has made a name for itself throughout the city in recent months. And it’s no wonder why – the kitchen at this popular Greek restaurant utilises only fresh, seasonal produce and the very finest imported products. Located in Pyrmont, close to the Australian National Maritime Museum and just steps from Pyrmont Bridge and Cockle Bay, Aegean Blu can be found on Murray Street and is open every day of the week except Monday. Plenty of parking available. Wilson car park right next door.
Fans of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine flock in droves to Aegean Blu on Murray Bay in Sydney’s Pyrmont. Situated in a busy region of the city, close to the waterfront and with great transportation links to the rest of the city (Pyrmont Bay Light Rail is just moments away by foot), the restaurant provides a convenient meeting point for a great lunch or dinner with friends and family. Aegean Blu is also beautifully decorated and features chic, modern touches that combine to create the ideal atmosphere for eating some of Sydney’s best cuisine.
Aegean Blu seems to have it all when it comes to Mediterranean food. Begin with delicious starters like pita bread with tzatziki dip or eggplant dip, then go for appetisers like halloumi, spanakopita (homemade spinach pie with feta) or fried calamari. For your main, try the chicken souvlaki (chicken skewers served with chunky chips, salad, pita bread and tzatziki), or go for the whole fresh fish of the day, purchased from the Sydney Fish Markets. Reserve your table in advance and go Greek at Aegean Blue in Sydney’s Pyrmont!