Serving traditional Greek cuisine with modern flair, Dancing Zorbas Restaurant is a popular meeting point for fans of healthy Mediterranean cuisine in Sydney’s Mosman. Found on the corner of Gouldsbury Street and Military Road, this lovely eatery is a standout not only for its cuisine, but also for its hospitable and friendly atmosphere. Featuring live music events throughout the month, Dancing Zorbas is the perfect place to bring the entire family for a thrilling cultural experience.
With over three decades of experience behind him, chef Dimitri of Sydney’s Dancing Zorbas Restaurant is a master in his field. Cooking up traditional Greek specialties and seafood dishes in his Mosman kitchen, Dimitri and his crew cook use healthy, time-honoured recipes that make the cuisine incredibly flavourful and healthy. With gluten-free options also available, such as seafood souvlaki, baked lamb and the fillet steak, Dancing Zorbas’ diners are well taken care of, no matter if they eat everything under the sun or if they follow a particular diet (there are many vegetarian choices, too).
Located on Military Road, close to Memorial Park, Dancing Zorbas Restaurant is an exceptional choice for fresh cuisine in Sydney’s Mosman. You’ll find a long list of starters at the front of the restaurant’s extensive menu, including classics like grilled octopus, spanakopita (spinach and feta cheese in a homemade filo pastry), tzatziki with pita bread and delicious haloumi. For the main event, we recommend grilled specialties like the chicken souvlaki (grilled chicken skewers with Greek salad and hand-cut potatoes), the lamb cutlets or the barramundi fillet with lemon and olive oil dressing. Little ones are invited to take advantage of the kids’ menu, complete with sophisticated options like lamb souvlaki or calamari and chips. In order to enjoy a fresh Mediterranean experience at Dancing Zorbas, reservations are highly recommended.