After you make the de riguer visit to The Acropolis, you may want to have dinner at a nearby eatery.
Sense Restaurant is located at 5 Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, on the rooftop of the Athens Was boutique hotel, steps away from The Acropolis.
Chef Alexandris Charalambopoulos leads the restaurant’s cooking staff which serves what you could describe as traditional Greek cuisine with a modern twist.
As you pore over the menu, you can bask in the glory of Athens’ quintessential monument, The Acropolis, seen below from the outdoor patio.
Appetizers include Scorpion Fish Balls, a “Warm-Cold Greek Salad and Organic Eggs”.
We opted for the Athenian Salad. It includes grouper, botargo, zucchini salad and vegetables.
Main courses include lemon pork cheek, oxtail traditional stew and cod fish “tsigareli” (which refers to sauteed greens with onions and tomatoes).
We tried the Polita Risotto. It was a lemony artichoke purée, carrot cream, pea purée, baby vegetables, dill oil and pea sprouts.
We also tried the Lamb Imam: lamb neck, eggplant, caramelized onions with a feta cheese croquette. The lamb was tender and tasty.
Sense is open daily from 12-5pm for lunch and 6-11pm for dinner.
For a great meal with a wonderful view of the Acropolis, head to Sense.
That’s the Lowdown!
For tips on how to get the most out of your visit to the Acropolis, see the link below:
The Acropolis, Athens, Greece: The Lowdown
For another great meal in Athens — in the Plaka neighborhood, check out Eat at Milton’s.
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On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 12:47 PM The Lowdown with Mikey B wrote:
> mebryant12345 posted: “After you make the de riguer visit to The > Acropolis, you may want to have dinner at a nearby eatery. Sense > Restaurant is located at 5 Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, on the rooftop of > the Athens Was boutique hotel, merely steps away from The Acropoli” >