Located in a 102 year old building on the square of the historic Fountain Square district, this is an upscale restaurant. The restaurant serves guests a traditional Greek and American fare with a menu dominated by gyros, vegetarian meals and variety. Expect the average entrée to cost $12 to $20, and dress casual.
Atmosphere: Santorini Greek Kitchen. Structurally, the restaurant utilizes a good deal of glass and windows. The restaurant has an original and classic Mediterranean style décor. The interior is accented by blue tones, enhanced by murals and flowers and plants, and the lighting is moderate. There are walls covered with photos, and this is a white tableclothe restaurant.
With seating for 50 people, the restaurant is charming and cheerful. Table talk is no problem - noise level here is moderate. Also, you`ll notice that there is a visible kitchen.
More Reasons to Go: If you time your visit accordingly, you`ll get to enjoy the ancient art of belly dancing in a live performance on Friday and Saturday nights (7-9 pm). Santorini Greek Kitchen is appropriate (if not ideal) for impressing clients, birthdays, anniversaries, other romantic evenings, groups and private parties; also, the restaurant is often frequented prior the theatre.
Eating & Drinking: Open for lunch and dinner. The menu here at Santorini Greek Kitchen is supplemented with daily specials based on seasonal freshness and availability. The cuisine here is influenced by The Chef`s 15 years of experience in Greece and the Meditteranean. His passion for food and wines makes the dining experience exceptional. Recipes have been considered original, authentic. Some of the more popular menu items include: The combination plates, one is larger than the other. They offer an easy and fulfilling introduction to several of the available entrees and appetizers. Also the grilled lamb chops and Hatzi Michaeli Merlot are very popular.
Both beer and wine are served, and you`ll find that there is a good selection of wines.
About the Chef: Taki Sawi, Chef/Owner has worked in food service for the past 15 years in Greece, Cyprus, and Crete. He moved to Indianapolis 2 years ago. His life long dream has been to own his own restaurant where he can prepare the food he loves for people to enjoy. The style of food is authentic Greek.
The Management: Taki and his wife, Jeanette own the restaurant. Taki prepares the food day and night. Jeanette is a nurse by day and a gracious hostess at night.
Details to Note: Reservations are suggested. Delivery and carryout are available. Catering for various events can be arranged (call for details & quotes). Smoking is permitted in smoking areas. A childrens menu is available. Free parking is available for customers.
Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club and Carte Blanche
Tips on Finding: in Historical Fountain Square District. Just 5 minutes southeast of Conseco Field House, follow Virginia Avenue.
Hours of Operation: M-F: 10am - 10pmSat: noon - 10pmClosed Sundays