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The Greek Club

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by Richard Ramnac (subscribe)
Bit of a geek who likes discovering new places in and around Sydney. Follow me on Instagram @richrammo or Twitter @richramo
Published January 26th 2012
Having recently spent a weekend in Brisbane, I had the opportunity to revisit The Greek Club. It had been a number of months since my previous visit and I was keen to see if the high level of service and quality of food had been maintained. I was only to happy to say it had.

Located on Edmondstone Street in the South of Brisbane, over-looking the city. The Greek Club has a lot to offer and is the ideal venue for family events or birthday celebrations.

The Greek Club
The Greek Club



The first thing that struck me was the friendly faces of the staff and the level of service that we received. Not being Greek myself, the staff were happy to help with ordering suggestions from the menu.

As I was part of a group we started off with a selection of various dips including;

Taramosalata
Melitzanosalata
Tzatziki

Believe me the dips didn't last on the table long and we're eaten pretty quickly. After the dips were the mains, I selected the lamb cutlet dish. While others selected the perch and chicken stack. I have to say the dishes were second to none. They both looked and tasted delicious.

Lamb Cutlets
Lamb Cutlets


Fish - Perch
Fish - Perch


Chicken Stack
Chicken Stack


For desert we enjoyed a selection of Greek sweets and pastries, as well as coffees. If you have never had a Greek coffee before, it is something well worth trying.

Greek Coffee
Greek Coffee


Overall the service was prompt and friendly, the food was fresh and appetising, with a nice view of the city and a very vibrant atmosphere.
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Why? For great food
When: Suggest Friday or Saturday evenings for dinner
Where: 29 Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane 4101
Cost: $15 to $30 dishes
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