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To indulge in some Greek savours within the hustle and bustle of Dubai, sneak away into the welcoming surroundings of Elia Greek Restaurant at the Majestic Hotel in Bur Dubai. Consecutive Winner of the Time Out Dubai Restaurant Award in 2013, 2014 and 2015, the Elia Greek Restaurant brings you authentic Greek classic cuisine. With a split-level terrace, it is the perfect place if you love open-air restaurants, although it also has an indoor sitting area. A glass wall overlooks a green stretch of plantations, which adds a calm and tranquil feel to the entire setting.
For a purely traditional cuisine, try the mezze or starters with heavily flavoured creamy dips like the Taramosalata, which is prepared from the roe of fish, Tyrokafteri, with Feta Greek cheese, and Tzatziki, made from Greek yoghurt. Strong aromas of olive oil, garlic, fresh tomatoes and herbs, peppers, oregano and dill waft from mezzes like dolma, calamari, fried potatoes and more.  When it comes to salads, you can choose from Dakos salad, Greek salad and boiled wild greens salad. The main course has several options for non-vegetarians that include chicken, beef and lamb while for the vegetarians, mushrooms are a special choice.
To experiment with a contemporary tweak to the traditional food, Chef Baxevani adds another page to the menu. Opening with a free range rooster sour soup, the list goes on to include starters like juicy grilled octopus, tender grilled shrimps, delectable meatballs, succulent pork, fried calamari and Halloumi cheese and Nerati Cretan. Three types of native-recipe salads are available along with pita bread. As for the main course, you have a spread of various herbs, vegetables, chicken, lamb and seafood blended in modern and traditional flavours. A special kids’ menu includes tomato soup, salad, beef meatballs, chicken souvlaki and chocolate lava.
To bring your meal to a scrumptious end, treat yourself to some amazing desserts from the land of Greece like Loukoumades - a sweet dumpling and Galaktoboureko, made from filo pastry. Other temptations include desserts like yoghurt, chocolate lava and Greek baklava. As for drinks, there is a wide range of mock tails, milkshakes, selections of tea, coffees, juices, as well as Elia signature cocktails, whiskies, vodkas, wines, beers to champagnes and more.
The restaurant is open seven days a week from 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm (12 am on Saturdays) and costs approximately AED 200 for two people. Contact them at +971 4 3598888