Best Known For
Halloumi with pomegranate and honey, octopus with Kalamata olives and preserved lemon, slow cooked lamb shoulder with lemon potatoes and Aristotle’s cigars.
Situated on Sydney’s lower North Shore in the sought after suburb of Neutral Bay, resides a little taste of Greece at Aristotle’s Neutral Bay restaurant. A modern interior encompasses the sophistication and glamour of the shipping magnate it was named after - Aristotle Onassis - with polished concrete, white table linen, mirrored walls and plush booth seating under bronze pendents, making for a glamorous space to enjoy authentic fare. An enticing traditional menu with a modern twist is on offer, with mezze options of zucchini flowers with Greek honey, Kefalotyri cheese and lime; or seared scallops in the shell, spiced carrot, pastourma and Ouzo. For larger appetites, try pork cutlet brizola, Greek slaw, Jerusalem artichoke and lemon, or lamb shoulder with spiced yoghurt and steamed greens.
24 Young Street, Neutral Bay 2089 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 50 Chef: Michael Daggar