Get ready for a woodfired oven and revamped kitchen at Alpha 2.0 in the CBD.
When we think of top-notch Greek food in Sydney, it’s impossible not to think of Alpha restaurant. This institutional dining room delivers the best of Greek generosity and hospitality with an incredible menu not to be missed.
After a brief hiatus, Alpha restaurant is set to return later this month with an unmissable new look. The Greek dining destination will return to Castlereagh Street from late April 2021, with a highly anticipated restored venue and three unique levels of visionary Greek culinary experiences.
The team has worked alongside Paul Papadopoulos from creative agency DS17 to reimagine their space. Many of the original features from the space have remained, with bigger and better stone-paneled walls.
And one of the most exciting additions to Alpha will be the long-awaited wood-fired oven (which took 8 years to receive approval for).
Expect a new marble bar perfect for ordering smaller meze bites at the bar. They’ll be bites such as ossetra caviar imported from Greece and even their take on a Bloody Mary cocktail, known as the “Bloody Alpha”.
Executive Chef Peter Conistis will be leading the culinary vision for the new-look venue. While the vast majority of the menu is all-new, Conistis has kept a trio of old favourites on the menu. Expect his moussaka with scallops; a slow-roasted lamb; and the much-loved Alpha spanakopita to still be available to order.
Get ready: Alpha Restaurant will be reopening at 238 Castlereagh Street in late April 2021. To find out more and secure your spot once the venue reopens, click here.