The Greek on Halifax

I think the name pretty much says it all.  Located on Halifax Street in the middle of the CBD was this Greek restaurant.  Beautiful settings outside with the big white umbrellas, or if you prefer, there are indoor sittings, or there is a private room capable to hold a function.  There are plenty of parking spaces along Halifax Street.  I have been here for breakfast, brunch and dinner, but this time I am mainly going to blog about the breakfast here.  

There are not  many Greek restaurants in Adelaide.  In fact there are only a handful.  This is got to be my favourite one.  It is in a convenient location with friendly service.  The food is of good quality and at a reasonably price.  


I ordered an apple and watermelon juice to begin with.  It was freshly squeezed, different everyday.  I absolutely loved the freshly squeezed juice.  It not only looked amazing, but the taste was just so fresh, and refreshing.  A great start to a morning's breakfast.

Saganaki eggs was delicious!

We have tried other items on the menu before, but this time when we dined, we had the big greek breakfast.  A bit of everything, bacon, eggs to our liking, chorizo sausage, grilled Haloumi cheese, sautéed mushrooms and chargrilled tomatoes, served with toast.   Saganaki eggs was my favourite.  Basically it was pan cooked poached eggs in a clay pot, served with sautéed tomato.  That was sweet and very delicious.  We also tried the special on the menu which was scrambled eggs with Salmon.  There are also breakfasts which are not savory if you have a bit of a sweet tooth.  The greek yoghurt is worth trying.  

It is in a fine location, with a good selection on the menu to choose from.  There is good coffee friendly service and it opens 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  In addition, the restaurant was a winner of the national Greek food for 2012 and named Australian's favourtie Greek Restaurant.  This restaurant is a must stop.  It is always busy so be sure to make a booking to avoid any disappointments. 


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