AMAZING FOOD

TRADITIONAL GREEK CUISINE WITH A MODERN TWIST

The Greek on Halifax is acclaimed Australia-wide for our seasonal menu of the best creative and contemporary Mediterranean cuisine.
A family-run restaurant, our chefs draw inspiration from recipes handed down over generations, and then source the best Adelaide and South Australian produce to create our delectable dishes.

With exceptional food, wine and service, The Greek has attracted a loyal clientele who love the restaurant’s warm ambience, enviable Adelaide city locale and relaxed dining experience on offer.

OPEN 7 DAYS

FOR BREAKFAST LUNCH AND DINNER.

The Greek has garnered many favourable restaurant reviews and awards since its opening in 2002, making it a popular choice for Adelaide, interstate and international diners.

With delicious coffee, desserts, fine wine and alfresco dining available, The Greek has become one of Adelaide’s best restaurants for any time of the day.
Your host Mary invites you to join her and experience her unique spin on traditional Greek fare, in a modern café atmosphere.

DRINK WITH FRIENDS

A TAILORED SELECTION OF WINES.

Here in South Australia we are surrounded by some of the best wine regions in the world. Our wine list features our favourite local vineyards along with the perfect Greek wines to compliment our traditional Greek cuisine. Whether it’s ouzo, retsina, Clare Valley Riesling, or a big Barossa Shiraz, our extensive wine list is sure to please all taste buds!

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THE BUILDING AND CHIMNEY

A history of the City Destructor Complex.

The historic building in which our restaurant is located and the chimney outside are the only surviving elements of Adelaide’s once busy City Destructor Complex. Established in 1909, it exemplified a maxim of that time, ‘waste not, want not.’

The chimney and the disinfector building are a small part of the former Adelaide complex, which once comprised a refuse Destructor, a tin bailing press, clinker paver mill, a brewery, flour mill and biscuit factory, mortar mill, boot and vinegar factories and a flag making plant. Unsurprisingly, at that time, a restaurant on the site was not on the horizon!

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