ALATI

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~$40/pax
Fall in love with the beautiful Aegean Sea with ALATI, the casual, classic and comfortable restaurant that brings the heart and passion of the Greek kitchen to the bustling street of Amoy. Serving up a menu focusing on seafood flown in directly from the hands of the fishermen at the Aegean Sea twice weekly, you can't find it fresher anywhere else – from sea bass to shrimp to mahi-mahi and much more. Authentic Greek wines, beers and liquors flown in from vineyards in the mountains of Nemea, carefully handpicked and tasted by a Greek sommelier.

73 Amoy Street
Singapore 069892

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Monday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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To step into @alatisg is to step out of Singapore and into a Greek taverna that specializes in sustainable seafood caught off the Mediterranean coast. You’ll also find Greek classics such as Taramasalata, Moussaka, Greek Salad and Phyllo-Wrapped Feta on the menu.😍

Here’s what we savour that night…😊
👉Grilled Fagri (Greekred porgy) - SGD14/100g
👉Grilled Octopus - SGD39
with fava (split bean) purée, confit tomatoes, homemade squid ink rice crackers & samphire leaves
👉Baklava - SGD21
homemade baklava with thin layers of phyllo pastry, pistachio & walnuts, topped with citrus syrup

There’s no doubt that the grilled fish was fresh, flaky, succulent and well-executed. But at a hefty price tag of SGD140 for 1kg, it’s definitely not mind-blowing enough for us to indulge in this again.😅

A must-order is their Grilled Octopus, which was surprisingly tender yet still retaining a firm bite.😬

For those without a sweet tooth, you might want to give their desserts a miss! Btw, it’s my 2nd time having baklava and I kinda prefer the one from @habibisweetsavoury instead.

❗️You may ask for tap water if you aren’t interested in their still/sparkling Nordaq Premium Water

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Alati Divine Greek Cuisine
73 Amoy St, S069892
🚇#widTelokAyer
☎️6221 6124

Really unique dish with a very interesting taste profile. Crab and fish meat was so succulent, fresh and sweet.

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Real divine food
Everything on this plate was done sooo well!!
The green sauce was tangy, light and refreshing and it goes so well with the fried cod and couscous.

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My first time trying Greek dishes. Was amazed by the fragrance and freshness of the dishes! Lovely ambience too! Thumbs up! ❤️

- Grilled seabass ($12/100g): we got our fish at 800g. Wanted to tried with salt bake, but require 1hr waiting time, hence we pick the grilled one instead. It was fantastic! Very fresh, sweet & tender. Would definitely come back for this again!

- Paidakia ($40): lamb cutlet, another delicious dish, the spices make it very aromatic. Was real juicy and very filling if you are having it by yourself. Comes with 4pcs.

- Lahanodolmades ($31): great starter/sides to begin with. The lemon sauce brings a tinge of flavor that adds on to the seafood (seabass & crabmeat) wrapped in the cabbage. Something new for me.

Crispy cheese balls with feta & graviera cheese, fresh watermelon, homemade citrus chutney & toasted sesame seeds
It provides the perfect greek experience with the warmth of fried cheese and cool of water melon

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Yummy octopus!
Greek cuisine, a bit on the high side.
Loved the service though :)

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