Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

Sydney’s acclaimed Greek restaurant Alpha is hosting a traditional midnight feast to celebrate “Pascha”, Greek Orthodox Easter, on Sunday May 2.

The Pascha supper will incorporate traditional Greek dishes such as chicken avgolemono, spit-roasted whole suckling lamb, spanakopita, chocolate bougatsa and red dye eggs by executive chef Peter Conistis.

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

All net proceeds from the dinner will be donated to the soup kitchen at the Greek Orthodox Parish of Saints Constantine and Helen, in Newtown.

This is a great reason to come together with family and friends to commemorate Pascha with a traditional Greek Easter meal at one of Australia’s leading Greek restaurants.

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

Menu

Red Dyed Eggs

Taramasalata, Tirokafteri, Grilled Pita
Spanakopita, Spinach Feta Coils

Mayiritsa, Easter Lamb Soup, Leeks, Dill
Chicken Avgolemono

Spit-Roasted Whole Lamb, Tzatziki
Lemon-Roasted Potatoes, Garlic, Rigani
Horiatiki, Greek Salad

Chocolate Bougatsa, Vanilla Ice Cream, Strawberries

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

Details

Date: Sunday, May 2, 2021

Time: From 12.30am to 3am, after Easter Saturday Anastasi church service

Address: 238 Castlereagh St, Sydney

Tickets: Adults: $100, pensioners and children aged five to fifteen $60. Children aged under five: free

Bookings are essential: Call Alpha Restaurant on 02 9098 1111 or email [email protected]

Traditional Pascha Feast at Sydney’s Alpha Restaurant

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GCT Team

This article was researched and written by a GCT team member.