[!] This post isn’t really about food
Eugenia is the first of B.DesComp‘s 2004 grads to get married… woohoo! So here we were on Saturday night, to congratulate the bride-to-be.
For $55 plus drinks, we were fed and entertained…
Starters were bread, fried eggplant, dolmades (aka stuffed vine leaves), celery & carrot sticks with dips. The tzatziki was deliciously refreshing and the fried eggplant was light and crispy.
The Greek salad was traditionally tossed with plentiful olives, onion, feta cheese, tomatoes and cucumber.
traditional greek salad
I really loved the fried halloumi cheese. It was pan-fried to a golden brown and was flavoured with oregano, olive oil, salt and lemon. The texture was hard… quite similar to chicken… and very addictive!
saganaki – fried halloumi cheese
spinach, feta cheese with filo pastry
We were then served more filo pastry with spinach and feta cheese… as well as a seafood and meat platter. All you need to know is that Mykonos is very generous with the serving portions. We were stuffed… but luckily burnt it out on the dance floor 😀
battered fish, calamari and chargrilled octopus
The theme was ‘devilicious’… like our horns?
For more photos of the night (including a few R-rated ones), visit my Flickr set flickr.com/photos/foodiejenius/sets/72157603100981425.
Mykonos on Crown
248 Pitt Street Sydney (Basement of Zodiac Hotel)