Santorini Restaurant Grill Bar
Home-style Greek is a specialty at Santorini Restaurant Grill Bar, which looks to showcase the width and breadth of Greek cuisine with authenticity and warmth in mind. Here, everything from zucchini chips, dolmadakia and kefalograviera saganaki to grilled-to-order souvlaki, six-hour slow-cooked lamb and galaktobouriko are available, with some Santorini-inspired twists implemented across the board. The venue is divided into two distinct spaces – an 80-seat restaurant, which boasts an aesthetic reminiscent of the island’s white-washed side streets and blue skies, and a 30-seat grill and wine store where guests and swing through for express eats like pita yiros, skewers and pastries or peruse a finely curated array of Greek wines. Speaking of wines, Santorini’s wine list boasts 70 Greek labels and 30 Australian drops, including light and aromatic whites from Aigio and Evia, medium bodied and textural whites from Crete, rosé from Santorini, and full-bodied reds from Peloponnese, to name a few. The wine list is bolstered by a host of classic and signature cocktails (the Santorini Sunset and Aegean Spritz are particularly tempting tipples), Greek beers and spirits.