The Real Greek restaurant chain opened its latest venture The Real Greek Spitalfields in London's hip Old Spitalfields market and offers authentic Greek cuisine in a modern bistro setting.
The interior is chic and stylish with a long, sleek granite bar running the length of the dining room where a busy open kitchen buzzes with excitement in the centre. There are a handful of small leather seated booths which add a touch of intimacy to a sleek and functional restaurant that attracts a business clientele during the daytime and a party crowd in the evenings.
The Real Greek restaurants are all based on traditional Greek “street food” and the menu consists of a wide choice of freshly prepared Mediterranean delights. Kick off your meal with a ion of hot and cold mezze such as hummus, spinach & feta parcels or saganaki) followed by lamb, chicken or pork souvlaki with chips and Greek salad. The bar serves up some great cocktails, as well as offering a good ion of wines at more than reasonable prices.
Just a stone’s throw away from the buzzing city, The Real Greek Spitalfields is a top spot for after work drinks and food and has a real party vibe.
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