At The Greek Club and Odyssey Taverna we’re serious advocates for good Greek food, and we believe everyone should be able to enjoy it! With ever changing dietary needs and the increased popularity of gluten-free lifestyles, we realise the importance of catering to the tastes of our valued members and guests.
We may be closed for the Easter long weekend, but you can still get your fill of The Greek Club’s classic flavours in the lead up. From Monday 10th to Thursday 13th April, the majority of our daily specials will be fasting friendly so that you can enjoy a meal out with family and friends
The Greek Club is a multi-faceted organisation, with our Odyssey Taverna restaurant, unique wedding and function facilities, members program and full social calendar. But beyond all these aspects of the club we remain a non-profit organisation with the goal of giving
Whether you’re cooking for a family feast this Easter or looking for an authentic recipe to try out for yourself in the lead up to the holidays, this dish is sure to satisfy. This traditional cuttlefish dish is so simple, yet undeniably Greek with flavours of dill, olive oil and lemon.
Spoil Mum this Mother’s Day, Sunday 14th May, with lunch at the Odyssey Taverna + Cafe + Bar. With authentic Greek cuisine, picturesque cityscape views and impeccable service, the Odyssey Taverna at The Greek Club is the perfect place to show Mum just how special she is.
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The hot days may still see us reaching for an iced frappe, or two, but the signs of Autumn’s arrival are definitely here. While we never want our Greek summer to end, we are excited by the changes Autumn brings and the hearty flavours we can sink our teeth into.
Taverna Enjoy a complimentary glass of Samos dessert wine after you meal in the Odyssey Taverna. Conditions apply, ask one of our friendly staff members for further details. Book online now
With Kalamata Olives, feta, mint and dill, these deliciously light yet flavourful vegetarian croquettes with transport you to Greece with each bite. Lahano Keftedes are a traditional village dish from Northern Greece.
Situated as it is at the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe as well as Europe and Asia and sporting a cultural history going back some 4000 years it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that Greek Cuisine is some of the most varied and delicious in the world.