You could further wash it down with a choice of Greek wine or beer served at the well equipped bar.
The entrance is a large porch leading to an ambience that portrays Greek goddess in the setting of ancient Athens. The original black and white walls of the French restaurant were redecorated with Murals of Grecian scenes surrounded by grape vines adding to the contemporary look. Flooring was made more contemporary with stone and wood finish. There is an indoor as well as an outdoor dining area. The restaurant can comfortably seat about 90 diners with the bar located near the poolside.
The guest are welcomed by the restaurant manger himself who make you feel special as he walks you across the room elegantly adorned with classic Greek paintings are discreetly placed on the walls, with the Parthenon pillars giving the restaurant a look of unexpected grandeur. Colorful checkered cloth is draped on the tables while flowing crystal & brass chandeliers give it an ancient aura.
You have a choice of seating indoors in the formal setting or share a drink under the starlit skies. The furniture is comfortable yet elegant complimenting the walls which were in earth tones with brick linings. The waiters know the menu and are in keeping with the Greek hospitality combined with a great attitude. Food is excellent from starters to lamb meatballs served with exotic Greek herbs sauces. The Galaktaboureko is an ovation to end the fine dining experience with.
The bar was magically lit with the pool by the side to make it all the more inviting. The surroundings are exotic with climbing grape vines on wrought iron grill work. Greek music lifts the spirits of the diners absorbed the elegance of the surroundings. The Greek aquarium which is the bars back drop is unusual with the great Atlantis Theme amidst which colorful fishes swim in and out. It is not only entertaining for the viewers at the bar but extremely relaxing as well. The high backed chairs at the bar are