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Refined and sophisticated Greek cuisine
The Athenian Callirhoe Hotel has one of the capital’s loveliest roof gardens, with close-up Acropolis views. Here, the Callirhoe Restaurant boasts the finest and most sophisticated modern cuisine dishes you can think of - beef carpaccio with green tea jelly and caviar chocolate, for example.
Other sophisticated combinations include grouper in an orange and almond crust floating in a citrus crab sauce. Desserts are dramatic: try semifreddo Amaretti with vanilla and pumpkin sauce. In winter, the restaurant moves to a less atmospheric dining room on the ground floor of the Athenian Callirhoe Hotel.
Kallirois 32, Athens
Phone: 210 921 5353
Open Hours: 8.30pm-12.30am Tue-Sat.
Price: Affordable Fine Dining
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