Reminiscent of the bright blue and white contrasting colors of Greece, Atlantikós exudes a truly authentic dining experience and is the latest culinary debut at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort. Chef Anastasios “Tasos” Chasekioglou offers a curated selection of traditional Greek dishes, tailored to Miami. Meant to be enjoyed as a shared experience, the Atlantikós menu takes guests on a journey of exceptional flavors from the Greek mainland to the islands. Here is more information about Atlantikos :
According to Urban Daddy :
"It’s very easy on the eyes. The Santorini-esque, whitewashed floors and cobalt-blue walls. The undulating trellis on the ceiling. The soft candlelight illuminating landscapes of the Greek Isles. Stop by for dinner, and bring that date. They’re doing the shared-plates thing with grilled octopus and oven-baked moussaka. Other shared plates to consider: The roasted manouri cheese with honey. The black ink orzo with langoustines. The crispy calamari. The grey mullet bottarga. They all play nicely with wine, by the way. Try to stay cool when people start smashing plates on the floor. You know that one Greek custom? They observe it every night here." written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.
According to Eater :
"Helmed by Greek native and chef de cuisine Anastasios Chasekioglou, the menu features many traditional flavors found throughout the Mediterranean, like grilled octopus with fava; roasted manouri cheese with honey and bee pollen; black ink orzo with langoustines; and semolina halva, a traditional Greek dessert, made with raisins, pine nuts, orange marmalade and Greek yogurt ice cream. The space was redesigned by Michael Wolk Design Associates, featuring both indoor-outdoor seating with bright blues and white decor that are the "contrasting colors of Santorini, Atlantikós” to keep the Greek theme going." written by Olee Fowler.
According to Worldwidegreeks :
"The new restaurant, Atlantikós, was designed by Michael Wolk Design Associates, who created the new concept over the restaurant space that was already there. The new restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating to give guests plenty of options. The decor itself was inspired by the island of Santorini and uses the traditional Greek colors of bright blue and white, which are the colors of the Greek flag and also common colors found throughout the island. The Bal Harbour, Florida website says that guests will be treated to, “an exquisite culinary experience,” and that the restaurant is, “the best restaurant in Miami.” They pride themselves on their high quality offerings, and are happy to share the Greek culture with their guests. The restaurant is currently open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at 9703 Collins Avenue in Bal Harbour, Florida. You don’t need to be a guest at the hotel in order to enjoy the cuisine!"
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