Eros Kafe


Lately I’ve been really enjoying Greek food. I think it must be a combination of greens, seafood and their incredibly delicious cheeses that makes me get cravings for Greek food from time to time. My go-to place for Greek food in Adelaide would be The Greek on Halifax, but we decided to try Eros Kafe as we were on Rundle already.

Between four of us, we’ve ordered three Meze sharing plates and 3 mains (however the order was taken incorrectly and we got two entree size and one main size). The Tiri Saganaki is a pan cooked kefalograviera cheese which was cooked to the perfect texture and it absolutely delicious. I also very much enjoyed Yigandes Plaki (Greek giant lima beans, in tomato sauce with feta) as it had lots of flavours and was perfect on a chilly evening. Compared to these two, the zucchini fritters was disappointing.

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We had Octopus Tis Skaras, Kalamari Tiganito, and the Meat Special.  Despite the fact that our order went in incorrectly, it all worked out ok at the end because we didn’t really enjoy the octopus and the calamari dish. I found both of them quite bland and they were not visually appealing as well. The meat special came out in a generous portion however we found them pretty average.

Overall, I feel like it was a hit-and-miss when it came to how I felt about each of the dishes. However, being conveniently located on Rundle street, I think I would come back for their tapas if I am looking to have some Greek food if i’m already on Rundle.

 

Food 3/5

Service 3/5

Ambience 3/5

 

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Eros Kafe

275 Rundle St, Adelaide SA 5000

 

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