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We came by Belvedere for a work lunch to celebrate a few milestones. I was pretty excited to try out the Greek menu along with some beverages. I opted for a Lamb pita and a rose spritz, while our table was filled with a few...More
My wife and I ‘popped’ into this familiar hotel for a quick late lunch (2pm) as we’ve been there before and haven’t been disappointed.
But after waiting 55mins for our Greek Lamb Burger and a Halumi Salad - we won’t be back anytime soon. The...More
Dropped in here about 7.45 on a Monday night. There was one couple who were just leaving, and a table of 6 who had already ordered. That's all.
We ordered a main each, and a starter of some taramasalata to share.. .. this took nearly...More
We stumbled across this great little pub recently, good atmosphere and decor is beautiful, there is a lovely restaurant on the 1st floor and a menu of delicious Greek dishes very reasonably priced along with good pub food, on the 2nd floor there is a...More
We recently had dinner at the Greek restaurant upstairs at this pub.
The food was great! The wine list was good and the service was wonderful.
We had a few share plates. All were great. And the desserts were to die for. Next trip will...More
I would had stayed longer if the seating was more comfortable. .the tables require a good strip and finish because they are peeling and crappy..Not all that appealing to enjoy a meal with scrapnel on the table..the Merlot at $7 is a bit up there...More
Great Greek food and the lamb was amazing back by friendly and efficient device.
The down size of this place is that they don't allow you to stay and enjoy your evening in the restaurant as they basically throw you out at 10pm. We had...More
Decent selection of beers, from craft to old man largers for the old men. Food is top notch, typical pub fare, however the quality cannot be doubted. Great for lunch with the work crew. There is also a Greek restaurant for something a bit different....More
Was not even aware there is a Greek restaurant tucked away upstairs in this pub. Decided to venture up there for dinner. Waiting staff were very friendly and welcoming. I ordered dips and a Greek salad. The tarama and yoghurt dip were very tasty indeed....More
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