14 Flavors Menu

The menu offers modern dishes, inspired by the ancient Greek gastronomy, nurtured and executed, with the purest and local products of the Greek mainland and islands of Greece.

The 14 Flavors menu is available every day.

(38€ – 43€ / PERSON)


Mushroom soup

Olive bread & corn bread

Homemade pita bread with olive oil and oregano

Tart of barley with Greek cheeses

Smoked eggplant salad

Greek legume salad

“Eleas Gi” Salad

Pumpkin pie

«Sarmades» with vine leaves in egg-lemon sauce

Lemon sorbet with mint syrup

Main Course Options
(43€ / Person)

Beef steak - Rib eye

Beef tagliata Black Angus


Black Iberian Pork

Hanger steak - Onglet

Main Course Options
(38€ / Person)

Homemade whole grain pasta tagliatelle with shellfish or vegetables

Risotto with shellfish or vegetables

Μοσχαρίσια µάγουλα στο ξυλόφουρνο µε πουρέ καπνιστής µελιτζάνας

Smoked "Gyros" served with "Metsovone" cheese sauce

Organic rooster flavored with citrus and rosemary

Pork fillet marinated in honey and mustard seed

Beef burger Black Angus with Lesvos cheese

Little Staka burgers

Pork steak with aromatic herbs

Slow cooked Lamb in our wood-fired oven, sealed with dough


"loukoumi" ice cream

Bitter chocolate Mousse

Tatra with cream cheese and homemade strawberry jam


Panna cotta with sweet cherry

— The menu is for 2 persons or more

Pineapple salad Greek Cheeses Tart
in barley biscuit cookie
Sarmades in vine leaf
with egg-lemon sauce
Kebab with cheese mousse Veal cheeks
with whole grain tagliatelle
Orange pie

Our Producers

We traveled everywhere in order to discover the finest ingredients.

From the Kythera honey and the oil cheese of Lesvos and from the black wild boar of Evritania and the olives of Messinia, to the seafood of the Saronic Gulf, we reassured to collect the finest Greek flavors in order to offer them to you unconditionally.

Our Philosophy

At Eleas Gi we believe that no dish can be better than its ingredients, so we make sure on a daily basis that they are always local and fresh from the top producers in Greece.