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Psomi & Alati, serving simple and satisfying flavours in Athens

psomi & alati

psomi & alati

In the heart of Halandri, in a modern and bright space, you will find Psomi & Alati, offering a great menu inspired by Greek traditional dishes with a creative twist and focus on fresh and local produce.

Since opening in 2009, this popular Athenian eatery constantly evolves achieving outstanding performance in Greek comfort food while its successful recipes by head chef Yiannis Loukakos have also been released in his book “Psomi & Alati – The Cookbook”.

psomi & alati

Psomi & Alati’s ( bread and salt) menu changes every 3-4 months and here you can also enjoy cooking lessons, which have become very popular with locals and travellers alike, who have the opportunity to learn to cook some of their signature dishes.

“Our food is robust and carries a lot of soul. Inspired by Greek tradition while tweaked with global touches, it wakes up memories and senses,” says Yiannis.

psomi & alati

So whether you are after brunch, lunch or dinner, this is the perfect place where you can indulge with sumptuous food and warm hospitality.

“They say that beauty lies in simplicity. This is what we believe when it comes to cooking and we apply the same philosophy in our kitchen,” he adds.

psomi & alati

From a brunch menu that includes Pancakes with honey, walnuts and fresh cream to Tiganites Patates (homemade fries) with eggs, to all day burgers including their famous cheeseburger and crispy chicken, this eye-catching menu doesn’t disappoint.

psomi & alati

What sets this restaurant apart is their simplicity and homemade bread, pasta, and gelato, which satisfy all the senses.

Our other favourites include their Fava, Lamb slow cooked in olive oil with wilted greens and lemon, Shrimp linguine with fennel, roasted cherry tomatoes, zucchini and lemon and who can resist their desserts such as Peanut Butter Mousse and an Apple Crumble with caramel ice-cream and butterscotch?

Let’s just say you will definitely want to visit this place more than once.

A: Platia Eleftheroton 8, 152 32, Halandri