to see the after theatre menu of “Hytra Apla”.
Established in 2004, Hytra Restaurant, whose name derives from the ancient Greek terracotta vase, first opened in Psiri, one of the oldest areas in Athens’ historical city centre.
In 2010, the restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star, which has been retained ever since. In 2012, Blue Hytra Restaurant at Westin Resort, Athens, was also awarded a Michelin star. Both restaurants receive enthusiastic reviews, evaluations and other distinctions annually.
In 2012, Hytra was relocated to the 6th floor of the Onassis Cultural Centre at Syngrou Avenue. Recently it was redesigned by award-winning architecture practice Divercity.
During the warmer months of the year, the restaurant moves to the seventh floor of the building, offering a unique outdoor setting with panoramic views to the Acropolis, Lycabettus Hill and the city skyline.
Maintaining an intense relationship with the cultural activity of the Onassis Cultural Centre, Hytra prides itself of high-quality service and hospitality. Its philosophy includes a high aesthetic and a cosy and homely atmosphere, a continuous updating and furthering, without excess, of its approach to the essence of food, and the emergence of Greek cuisine through its primary foods and recipes.
At the core of Hytra’s culinary identity is a redefinition of the rich cultural heritage of Greek gastronomy through a contemporary expression in execution and presentation.
The restaurant offers two separate menus that coexist in harmony, complementing each other, even though they betray two different approaches to Greek food. Sharing the use of primary foods and recipes, Hytra and Hytra Apla menus interact in a gastronomic ‘choreography’, enriching Greek cuisine through constantly changing dishes.
6th - 7th floor of the Onassis Cultural Centre
107 Syngrou Av.
Reservations: T. 210 3316767, 217 7071118 & 6970 335317