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Seafood Platter for Two: char-grilled fresh rockling, char-grilled King prawns, pan-fried scallops, mussels cooked in a tomato-based salsa and lightly fried calamari.
A little slice of Santorini awaits at Trapezi Greek restaurant on Station Street in Fairfield. A 3D wall of the island, custom waterfall and bar ensure the ambience at this Melbourne restaurant is authentically Mediterranean, to match a traditional, tried and true menu. A black and white mural of Poseidon graces one wall, while whitewashed wood and splashes of greenery make for the ideal vibe to enjoy a cocktail created by the God of Alcohol, Dionysus; alongside starters like char-grilled octopus, on a bed of tomato, Spanish onion and lemon. For the main affair, think plates like oven-baked chicken fillet, spinach, red capsicum, feta, saganaki and lemonato potatoes; or share a meat platter – lamb gyro and ribs, chicken skewers and wings, rissoles, char-grilled pork belly and spicy sausage
145B Station Street, Fairfield 3078 VIC - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 135 Chef: Giorgio Tsengas