Popular Greek Restaurant Santorini on Oxford Moves to a Bigger and Better Location
Greek cuisine lovers rejoice, Santorini on Oxford is expanding!
After almost 15 years, of serving mouth-watering, traditional Greek cuisine to their growing customer base, Santorini on Oxford have decided to spread their wings and move to a larger, 3-storey location. But don’t worry, they aren’t going far, in fact this new location is only a few doors down from their original location on Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
Santorini on Oxford owner Dimitrios Laskos has said this move was much needed to keep up with growing customer demand and better cater to events taking place within the restaurant.
As well as expanding the kitchen and dining areas, Santorini on Oxford will also see the introduction of an exciting event space upstairs. This space will fit a large number of guests and will be a prime location for parties and events of all kinds, such as birthdays, bucks, hens and Christmas parties.
Though the location will see big changes, the food will remain high quality and authentic. With the menu featuring hearty Greek dishes such as seafood and meat on charcoal, bakaliko plates and even special recipes from Dimitrios’ Yiayia. There will also be an exclusive set menu for groups of 10 or more, including mouth-watering favourites such as dips, pita bread, haloumi, Greek salad, calamari and ochi BBQ, Lamb and Chicken souvlakia and Baklava.
For more information about Santorini on Oxford please visit their website.
227 Oxford Street Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
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- Since 29-07-19
- Posted by Alana Burton
- Eastern Suburbs Area
- Key Words: Greek, Restaurant, Dining, Food
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