Believed to be a direct gift from the gods, the Zorba dance developed out of a strong urge to let casual village bystanders differentiate between who was married, who was waiting for a proposal and who was in need of a new heart racing fitness workout after eating one too many souvlakis. Watch hearts jump through hula hoops to get closer to this deal: $39 for an $80 three course culinary feast for two, featuring delicious Greek & Mediterranean fare; an entree platter of mezze, two main meals, two desserts, coffee and all night entertainment at Dancing Zorbas.
Hungry couples can relish the warm and festive ambience while chowing down on three courses from a fresh, contemporary and inventive set menu. Resist the urge to Zorba your way into the restaurant with two left feet. Instead casually saunter in with a dignified frolic, and get set to appreciate cuisine from executive Chef Dimitri Travlos, brimming with culinary artistry and manning the fort to ensure the smooth delivery of traditional Greek recipes fused with his very own modern take. Delight in and share a large mezze platter featuring olives, meats and salads. For the main course choose between fresh grilled Barramundi fillet served with chips and salad or the Chef’s specialty lamb dish. Top off the palate with dessert and late night Greek coffee.
Located centrally in Mosman,
lovers of Greek cuisine can enjoy a post-meal perusing of the live entertainment,
featuring traditional Greek dancers. Coupled with attentive and warm Greek hospitality
from their energised and enthusiastic staff, the timber flooring doubles up as
a dance floor. Patrons are also invited to get up, before getting down with
some traditional dancing, egged on by beverages of the alcoholic variety available for additional purchasing in this fully licensed venue, featuring an extensive list of famed Greek wines.
Dancing Zorbas has been featured on Lifestyle Food and Eatability and comes highly recommended, along with claims of the best garlic prawns and most succulent lamb in town. As the winner of the 2008 Australian Achiever Awards for NSW's Restaurants category with a scoring of 95.44% in customer satisfaction and a six star average review, the ambience and extensive menu range is popular with reviewers:
‘We are regular diners. The meals are generous in size and really good value, just like a home cooked meal. The family friendly atmosphere keeps us coming back.’’
My partner and I eat out regularly and must say we have found this to be one of the best restaurants we have visited in recent times.