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Moussaka is a dish originating from Greece. It is an eggplant - (aubergine) or potato-based dish. It often contains ground meat. It may be served hot or cold. It feels like lasagne.
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Featuring the Greek Moussaka from @zorbatavernasg Baked Layers of zucchini, potato, eggplant, minced beef topped with bechamel sauce. The various layers of textures complement each other so well. Very addictive. The cherry tomatoes are a great match as it gives a refreshing touch to the dish. The minced beef is very flavorful too.
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Zorba the Greek Taverna which is located along the waterfront of Singapore River in Clarke Quay.
A cozy intimate dining place by the river. It is great for a romantic night for 2 or family or friends gatherings. You can hear the lovely music beats from the lively bars while you
immerse yourself into the unique Greek dining experience.
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Zorba the Greek taverna @zorbatavernasg
📍3A River Valley Road
📍01-02, Clarke Quay
📍Singapore 179020
📞+65 85581704
🕛6 PM to Midnight, Mon - Sat
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Thank you @zorbatavernasg for hosting! Thank you @wcommunications.sg for invitation.
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This means they now have a Greek restaurant to add to their existing portfolio that includes iconic establishments such as 1-Altitude, Stellar, The Summerhouse, TXA and UNA at the Alkaff Mansion.
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Pictured are what I had during a dinner there:
* Dips Platter ($28) – an appetizer consisting of five home-made dips: tzatziki, hummus, tirokafteri (spicy sheep feta cheese spread with chillis), melitzanosalata (roasted eggplant and banana peppers simmered in olive oil), and taramasalata (cured cod roe sauce with olive oil and lemon juice), served with pita bread.
* Chef Salad ($20) – Not your usual salad, this came with a combination of avocado, cucumber, celery, quinoa, red onion, pistachio, and tomato in balsamico orange dressing. Overall, a lot of sharpness and crunch.
* Lamb Kleftiko ($36) – Tender and non-gamey. This uses New Zealand lamb marinated in Mediterranean herbs, vegetables, garlic and lemon juice, before being slow-roasted till tender.
* Htapothi Sti Skhara ($30) – Tender octopus with strong grilled smokiness. The octopus is first tenderised by beating it with a smooth rock, then rubbed with the rock in a circular motion. The smokiness was achieved by slow grilling the octopus over low-burning charcoal.
* Greek Baklava ($12) – A sweet flaky pastry made of layers of filo, filled with chopped nuts, and held together with honey.
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This restaurant is located in Clarke Quay, along the waterfront of Singapore River. Very idyllic location.
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Our meal was redeemed somewhat from the lacklustre starters by this baby-soft slow-roasted lamb served with moreish roasted potatoes. Greek food is wholesome and unpretentious, and this nailed it.

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Taste: 3/5

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The most disappointing thing about this salad wasn’t that it was missing at least 3 of its listed ingredients, it was the nigh unripe avocado that was hard as a rock and the half apologetic attitude of the service staff. Not a promising start.

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Taste: 2/5

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A flavourful tomato and garlic sauce topped with feta begging to be mopped up with pita bread, and huge prawns soaking in said sauce. Nice, but otherwise unmemorable.

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Taste: 3/5

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Located at 10 Dempsey Rd, unit 01-21, Singapore 247700. .
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Blu Kouzina serves Authentic Greek cuisine and we love its atmosphere, perfect for date nights! Our 1st time indulging in Greek cuisine and surprisingly we love its well loaded flavours in their dishes! .
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Meat Platter small $55.80, medium $108.80, large $210.80. We ordered a small for sharing and portion is good for 2 pax with varieties. It comes with 2 lamb meatballs, 1 beef kalamaki, 1 organic chicken skewer & 2 lamb chops. Everything is well marinated, flavorful and delicious! Our favourite of all is the lamb chops, super juicy and tender! It just taste so gooooood!! 👍🏼 .
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Boneless pork chop with a filling portion of chips, salad, pita bread and tzatziki. Lightly seasoned, we liked the charred bits around the sides but would have preferred it more tender. Chips were a little oily.

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Went to Blu Kouzina for dinner yesterday!

I would say it was my first time trying Greek food but it was a pleasant experience😄

Ordered the grilled pita with the Eggplant Dip| Melitzanosalata dip, the Kotopoulo Kalamaki aka Chicken Skewer, Pastitsio aka Macaroni with Minced Beef and Mashed Potatoes and a Santorini Long Island Tea.

Bill came out to be $100 and I would say it is pretty pricey but worth the experience!☺️ Even though most foods were new to me, I asked for recommendations from the staff and I was not disappointed👍🏻

Would go back again on a special day / birthday in the future😄 Ratings would be 8/10!!

I really liked the cheeses and hummus because they tasted very Greek and authentic. The sauce (with the meatballs) was also very full of interesting spices, and the tzatziki too. The octopus was grilled to perfection -- not too chewy but not undercooked.
The main issue I have is that the dishes are so small for such a high price. The fried cheese was $19 for just one block! Also, the Souvlaki really disappointed me because it came in a lacklustre wrap and dry fries that Macdonald's could trump... . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Grilled sea bream with lemon, garlic and olive oil. Sauce was refreshing, but the fish was unfortunately a tad dry.

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Love hummus and Zorba’s was nice. It was served with 4 pieces of pita bread.

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This grilled octopus was our favourite of the meal. Though thick, they were done very tender. Also appreciated the light seasoning so you get more of the natural flavours. Tomatoes were sweet!

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