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Recently, George and his father Nick took over the management of the iconic, Melbourne Greek Restaurant – George’s Greek Tavern. This is a big and sentimental move for Nick who is cherishing working amongst family doing what he loves and excels at. Nicks restaurant career started in Europe and his talent has seen him very quickly hired to work in many of Europe’s finest restaurants. There, he picked up masterful cooking techniques working amongst some of Europe's best master chefs.Whilst the concept and cuisine at the restaurant still remain very much traditional Greek, you will notice many major improvements that the new management have undertaken. The interior at George’s Greek Tavern is totally revamped. Modern, but still very much Greek in character – neutral colours with splashes of blue; cathedral glass ceilings; fresh dips, fish and salads on display and that characteristic, char-grill lamb on the charcoal spit.The warmth, the personable approach to hosting, and the true intent of giving every patron a truly Greek dining experience is more akin to visiting a Greek family at home where the cooking skills are masterful. This is what you must do when you decide to book George’s Greek Tavern in Malvern. Leave behind all your past restaurant dining experiences. Be prepared to be hosted in a home, family-like environment but, with the essential professionalism omni-present.Functions and EventsGeorge's can cater for up to 130 seated guests for your function and around 150 for a cocktail function.Talk to them about hosting your Cocktail-Style Wedding or an Intimate Sit-Down Wedding Function, they are perfectly set up for Engagements and Birthday Functions.
When you take great Greek food and the famous Hellenic spirit and add it to eclectic Brunswick East, you get Melbourne's hottest Greek taverna - an exciting culinary destination that will leave you wanting more.
Philhellene opened its doors at the end of November, 2008 with the aim of providing a wholesome experience around Greek food, culture, music and history. The cuisine is provincial Greek with Cypriot and Middle Eastern influences. Being one of the four Greek restaurants in Melbourne to be included in the 2011 Age Good Food Guide, our primary objective at Philhellene is to present an authentic concept of food and drink while using high quality produce and applying traditional methods derived from our own mothers' cooking, creating a truly memorable and even emotional experience.
Tsindos prides itself on friendly service and provides a warm family atmosphere with traditional Greek cuisine. With friendly Greek speaking staff, a warm welcoming environment, to experience a bit of Greece in Melbourne, Tsindos is the perfect place to dine.
Owned and operated by the Konstandakopoulos family since 1978, Stalactites has long become a Melbourne institution and is a must for Melbourne diners.The delicious menu includes mouth-watering Greek dishes such as the world famous giros souvlaki, home made fresh dips, tasty grilled meats and rustic home style dishes from the Peloponnese region of Greece.
Yassas! Welcome to Kri Kri and the unique experience of Greek mezethes-style dining. Sharing mezethes or ‘small plates’ is an old and established custom in Greece. There is no entrée or main course as such, instead, one chooses from the wide variety of dishes on offer. Each dish has its own individual character. You can order old favourites, invent your own combination of flavours and textures, or ask your waiter to help devise a menu according to your taste and mood. The dishes will come out as they are cooked, with enough time for you to savour each and every one, and anticipate the next. So sit back, let the rembetika music stir your soul and get ready for a taste of Greece. Kali Orexi!
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