This one is long overdue. Eros in Sydney’s Potts Point offers typical Greek cuisine and transports you to Mykonos in the Mediterranean Sea, granted it was via the Westconnex 🙂
Situated in the old Crane Bar site, Eros has been beautifully fit-out with concrete booth seats and a neutral cream colour scheme.
Joining me was the hubby, who deserved a well-deserved break after a big day fixing car dents over at Action PDR.
The menu offers Greek share plates and for those wanting to go big on the food, Eros later turns into a nightclub, so you can burn off all those extra calories.
Starting with the Spanakopita Flutes $17, which is everything we love about spanakopita. Crispy filo pastry filled with a creamy cheesy filling.
Chargrilled Haloumi $22 was always guaranteed to be on our hitlist.
The Fried Squid $22 with fresh chilli and parsley was a wonderful combination of tender squid and a crispy batter.
A great little starter the Mezze $39 with a mixture of dips, pita bread and a Mediterranean salad.
The Kreata $44 is a fabulous sharing dish, with a combo of chicken, lamb, kofta skewers, pita, fries and salad.
The only dessert on the menu is the Grecian donuts $17. If you’re going to offer only one dessert, please make it a good one… I love donuts but these were so underwhelming. In my opinion, they could do with a bit of reworking.
All in all a great dining experience, the food is on the pricier side but it’s expected in the area.
For Food’s Sake dined as guests of Eros but all opinions remain our own.