Melbourne has the largest Greek community outside of Greece, and thus the standard for Greek restaurants is very high. Remvi By The Bay is a little out of the main Hellenic enclaves, but their location on Nelson Place in Williamstown – facing the Bay – could easily be in Athens or Crete. Their food is based on the iconic ingredients of Greek cuisine: olive oil, yoghurt, and honey alongside fish, cheese and meat.
Our party of 10 enjoyed the absolutely fabulous food, drinks, music, atmosphere and friendly staff. Meals were served in a timely manner. Overall Excellent experience
Great meal couldn’t fault quality or value of meal Staff attentive and on a quiet night ensured we didn’t feel rushed Nice atmosphere in place and definitely would return
Wonderful service, peaceful atmosphere and delicious food every time I have dined at the restaurant. The last booking I made was with a group of 6 people and everyone left very happy and enjoyed their meals. 10/10
Remvi By The Bay is a Greek restaurant that strives for authenticity: everything is as Greek as possible, from the obvious things like the menu and the wine, to the live bouzouki music on weekends and even the location, which looks straight out onto the ocean. Melbourne is a hugely competitive place to run a Greek restaurant, but Remvi By The Bay manages it with ease, drawing the crowds down to Nelson Place in Williamstown and sending them home happy.
Greek food is simple in essence and difficult in execution: great ingredients, traditional techniques and lots of love come together to create one of the healthiest and most-revered national cuisines in the world. At Remvi By The Bay on Nelson Place in Williamstown, on the edge of Melbourne, they have a superb Greek menu, and we would recommend indulging yourself and your friends in a banquet. These set menus offer 4 courses: starters like calamari, saganaki, fried feta, and loukaniko Greek sausage; followed by gyros and kebabs, a seafood platter and finally sweets.