Alati (meaning ‘salt’ in Ancient Greek) offers the best of Greek cuisine made from specially imported Greek ingredients. Its unpretentious, authentic and hearty food transports diners to the Aegean Sea and the Greek isles.
Must-try seafood dishes to try here include Greek octopus, Greek stuffed squid and salt baked seasonal fish. Mains like mousaka, a classic minced meat and eggplant dish, and kotopoulo souvlaki, flame-grilled chicken skewers, are executed to perfection. The former, a Greek kitchen mainstay that some people consider a loose-style Greek lasagne, is an eggplant lover’s dream. Don’t miss their portioned-for-two Greek langoustines with Mykonian-style pasta. The petite-sized langoustines are tasty, fresh, with just a hint of tanginess. Served with pasta that’s tossed in a gorgeous seafood bisque sauce, this dish will undoubtedly be the highlight of the meal.
In the desserts department, go for karidopita, a traditional Greek walnut cake or classic Greek yoghurt served with Greek honey and Greek fruit preserves.
Lunch: 12pm - 2.30pm (Mon-Fri)
Dinner: 6pm - 12am (Mon-Sat)
73 Amoy Street
Corkage Price:$50++ (wine); $50++ (champagne)
Price:Between $50 to $100/pax
Established Year:Oct 2015