Greek at The Belvedere in the Sydney CBD brings traditional Greek cuisine to the heart of the city. Located upstairs at The Belvedere on the corner of Bathurst and Kent Streets, this stylish and vibrant restaurant is all about quality food, cooked to perfection. Which suits us just perfectly. The Greek at The Belvedere menu is designed to be shared so picture a Greek feast, though they also offer mains so you can choose which style of dining suits you best. With a carefully curated wine and cocktail menu to boot, this is a dining experience you don’t want to miss. Located in the heart of Sydney, this one fills up quickly so be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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The food and the service were first rate. Highly recommended!
Absolutely amazing food , drinks and service. 11/10 will return and recommend.
Settling in for a Greek feast at Greek at The Belvedere Sydney is without a doubt one of our favourite things to do. Located on the corner of Bathurst and Kent Streets in the heart of the Sydney CBD, this is the perfect place to wine and dine either after work, with family or with friends over the weekend. Perfect for large groups or cosy meals for two, Greek at The Belvedere is perfect for folks with a penchant for quality food and delicious drinks. Sounds ideal, doesn’t it?
So, let’s talk about the food. Like any good Greek restaurant in Sydney, there will be mezze, souvlakis, fresh seafood, gyros and more halloumi than you could ever imagine, all done with a Greek at The Belvedere twist. For mezze, we love the sunflowers stuffed with four-cheeses and dill; wagyu beef keftedakia and, of course, spanakopita. Meat lovers should keep an eye out for the grilled lamb lemon cutlets and the slow-cooked lamb shoulder, while seafood fans should try the Fremantle octopus; grilled calamari or baked whole snapper. With so much more on offer, including banquet options for large groups, you better book yourself into Greek at The Belvedere in the Sydney CBD post-haste. Opa!