Greek food made by a Greek guy. That's the philosophy at Demitri’s Feast. Well, that along with a celebration of seasonal organic produce.
Fresh, authentic Greek food is what you can expect here – if you don’t mind the wait that is; getting a table here is almost always a challenge. But once you're seated, a real feast is likely to follow.
The menu is made up of genuine Greek dishes and other modern classics with just a discreet nod towards a particular Mediterranean coast. Choices include broad bean meatballs with feta and yoghurt; ouzo-cured salmon with celeriac and fennel remoulade; and slow-roasted goat with lemon potatoes.
The shady courtyard out the back is canopied with hanging plants and herbs and is a great spot to enjoy a Greek wine or a Negroni made with mastic and red wine from the Naoussa region. It's not like being in Greece, but it's pretty close.
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