Greek Odyssey in the City

There are plenty of things that Sydney and the Greek Islands have in common- great climate, excellent beaches…and most importantly, excellent food! And bringing the flavours of the South Aegean, to the shores of Sydney Harbour and Ploós is restaurateur Peter Conistis. At Ploós, it’s all about mouth-watering dishes, matched with eye-watering views of the stunning harbour and its architectural gems- the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. Go- to dishes are Peter’s Spanakopita filled Manti, with dill yogurt and burnt butter, and the Kataifi Tarts, filled with whipped feta, pastourmas and candied eggplant! With food and views this good, at Ploós you can really settle in for a long lunch or dinner.

Mykonos is over fifteen thousand kilometres from Sydney- but its vibe, delicious food and kick-ass cocktails can be found in Sydney’s CBD at M.I.M by 1821. This restaurant is a celebration of one of Greece’s most celebrated islands, and its hedonistic lifestyle. Downstairs is the main restaurant, while upstairs, you can dine on mezze dishes, and enjoy cocktails from the bar. Many of the dishes are based on traditional family recipes, from the gemista roast tomatoes, filled with rice, vegetables and feta, to one of the best spanakopitas you’ll find in Sydney! And make sure you try the ultimate dessert indulgence- the walnut baklava ice- cream sandwich!


Ploós, Sydney    

M.I.M by 1821, Sydney