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Sophie George
CONTRIBUTOR
75 reviews
7.5
28 October 2020
Be it a large gathering for a celebration, a romantic dinner for two, or a casual cafe experience during the day, Zorba the Greek Cafe makes you feel like you are dining in Greece! Established by the Singapore River, Zorba Taverna brings you an experience that is more than your average Greek restaurant and has been notably favoured as a perfect dining spot for your desired weekend brunches and lazy breakfast sessions (starting by 8:00AM on weekdays and 9:00AM on weekends). Specialized new creations include the Zorba Breakfast Platter ($24), a generous Greek feast brimming with all sorts of yumminess and sizeable servings that is guaranteed to fill your stomach with the happiness and satisfaction it deserves. The Giaourti ($12), a healthy bowlful of creamy yogurt plentifully heaped with fresh blueberries and decorated with crunchy walnut granola, raspberry coulis, and mint is another new and absolute delight to munch through. Of course, drinks, lattes and juices are all available, but why not have a go at the more peculiar Greek Mountain Tea ($8), to gain a more complete Greek-enhanced experience.
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David Kamwi
ELITE
421 reviews
7.05
27 October 2020
A great place for breakfast and brunches complemented by the peaceful river flowing close by, Zorba The Greek Cafe is amongst our favourite cafes on the island. Sit back and order yourself a cup of joe before delving into a delicious Shakshuka or Avokanto, avocado toast with pomegranate, caramelized onion and feta cheese. We highly recommend their Zorba Breakfast Platter - choice of scrambled or poached eggs, Greek sausage, bacon, grilled portobello mushroom stuffed with feta crumble, roast roma tomatoes, caramelized onion, avocado and toast. Yum!
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Christina George
INFLUENCER
402 reviews
8
26 April 2020
Transport yourself to the Mediterranean, and get a glimpse of Greek hospitality at Zorba the Greek Taverna! Located on the northern end of Clarke Quay, you’ll find a mix of rustic and modern Greek cooking here – served by Greek staff. Enjoy the view of the Singapore River over a glass of wine, and a hearty serving of Pork Gyros, Souvlaki, or one of their scrumptious serving platters. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert.
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Christina George
INFLUENCER
402 reviews
7.05
26 April 2020
Transport yourself to the Mediterranean, and get a glimpse of Greek hospitality at Zorba the Greek Taverna! Located on the northern end of Clarke Quay, you’ll find a mix of rustic and modern Greek cooking here – served by Greek staff. Enjoy the view of the Singapore River over a glass of wine, and a hearty serving of Pork Gyros, Souvlaki, or one of their scrumptious serving platters. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert!
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Sylvia Fernandes
CONNOISSEUR
71 reviews
6.55
13 February 2020
Perched on the edge of the Singapore River, Zorba The Greek Taverna is part of the Riverhouse in Clarke Quay. Filling a void since Clark Quay did not have a Greek restaurant, Zorba was born into a niche. Serving food that has most of its ingredients flown in from Greece, Zorba brings authentic dishes carved from age-old traditions to Singapore. Amongst the usual dips served, I found the cod roe taramasalata to be different. White instead of the usual pink with a less fishy taste which I am sure would be more palatable for some patrons. The Greek Moussaka priced at $22 is a humongous portion which could easily be shared by two. In fact this was the case with most dishes served at Zorba – portions were large! I loved the Moussaka sauce that the minced beef was cooked in - well marinated and obviously cooked for a long time. For meat lovers I would say Zorba’s signature dish of a mixed grill platter is a must. Priced at $88 it was heaped with chicken, lamb, beef in a variety of styles that sat on a bed of chips, salad and pita. If you are not a meat lover fear not, for there are many seafood options too – grilled octopus, sea bream and shrimp all grilled in the usual Greek style. Plain, squeezed with a touch of lemon to get the best taste out of the dish. The ambience of Zorba is second to none. Whether you are there on a romantic interlude or part of a large group, the serenity of watching boats on the river go by is wonderful. Calming my every sense on top of the much awaited Baklava, this was a fantastic way to end the night. Made with far less sugar than the usual dessert, this was a portion big enough for six people to share. I walked away feeling satiated, soaking in the night air of Clarke Quay as the music of the live band faded into the distance….
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Zorba Greek Taverna
CONTRIBUTOR
1 review
8
11 February 2020
The juiciest meatballs in town are probably the Keftedes! Minced beef imbued with aromatic spices and herbs such as thyme, cumin and mint… Kali Orexi
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