Fresh, flavoursome and fantastic Greek food is the order of the day, everyday at The Apollo Potts Point. Situated on Macleay Street, this Sydney eatery is the fruition of a collaboration between Jonathan Barthelmess and Longrain’s Sam Christie, resulting in truly excellent Mediterranean food. Fusing Australian cuisine with the culinary traditions of Greece makes for a very exciting dining experience indeed, and this combination is what really makes The Apollo stand out from the crowd in Sydney’s foodie scene. So grab some friends or family, book a table today and tuck into some exciting dishes that you’ll be thinking about for long after you’ve eaten the last bite.
Jonathan Barthelmess is a perfectionist by nature, and this attention to detail shines through in just about everything that he does. Not one to sit around, he is in a state of perpetual innovation and this creativity can be seen and tasted in the incredible Greek dishes on the menu at The Apollo Potts Point. Located right on Macleay Street, Sydney foodies come from far and wide to taste the inventive dishes on The Apollo’s ever-evolving, Greek food offering. Housed in a minimalist space with both indoor and outdoor seating and a chef’s table with a bird’s eye view of all the action in the kitchen, this lively eatery is well worth a visit.
But what can you expect when it comes to food at The Apollo? Well, for one, you’ll never know exactly what you’ll be served until you’re sitting in the Potts Point restaurant itself. However you might encounter dishes such as fried king prawns, saganaki cheese with honey and oregano, dry-aged pork chops with rosemary, BBQ octopus with white beans, The Apollo’s sausages with chickpeas and saffron and lots more surprises in between. Sydney is lucky to have this culinary hotspot, so nab a table to make sure you beat the crowds!