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The Olive Tree Traditional Greek Restaurant

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The Olive Tree Traditional Greek Restaurant is owned and run by Apostolos Gavros. At only twenty eight years of age this talented chef has already worked in five star hotels in his native Greece and around the world.

After many years of travelling he settled in Koh Samui in March 2013 and immediately found a gap in the market for traditional Medolive tree menu 5iterranean and Greek cuisine. Apostolos, decided to fill the gap and has created a culinary heaven where diners can enjoy the tastes that they have been missing.

In Greek mythology Athena, the Goddess of wisdom and peace, stuck her spear into earth and it Apostolos puts great importance on being here today to introduce you to Greek cuisine prepared by a Greek chef and would like to invite you to enjoy some traditional Greek hospitality at The Olive Tree.

It is no surprise that menu at The Olive Tree is packed full of all of the Greek dishes that you would expect to find on an authentic Greek Menu, however the cost of the dishes may surprise you, indulging in the taste of Greece here will certainly solive tree menu 7atisfy your appetite but pleasingly will not upset your wallet. The menu is vast and has more than its fair share of homemade delights, even the breads are cooked on site.

From the salad menu you can choose from Greek salad, a spicy salad of cabbage, carrot, red pepper, celery, boukovo, olive oil and vinegar, a crunchy green salad or a smoked mackerel Salad. On the starter menu as well as homemade breads and Tatziki you will find roasted vegetables, Buyurdi, fried zucchini olive tree menu 2balls, spring rolls, grilled octopus, steamed mussels, hake, prawns Saganaki, meat balls and sauté mushrooms.

The mains dishes are equally tempting with souvlaki, gyros, beef burgers with feta cheese sauce, lemon chicken, Soutzoukakia, mousakas, giouvetsi, stuffed peppers, tuna with olive oil, tagliatelle, bream and mussels with fresh herbs

For those with a sweet tooth you may be surprised to find dishes like rice pudding with cinnamon, walnut pie with honey and cinnamon, yellow sweet pumpkin pie with AXNH sugar and cinnamon on the menu, as well as a fine array of ice creams.

olive tree menu 4You will find a board outside the restaurant with daily fast specials such as wraps kebabs and zucchini and tomato cakes. All of the meat dishes have been lovingly prepared with meats carefully chosen or imported from Australia and New Zealand.

From the 28th of January until the 28th of February tables booking of more than 8 customers will receive a free 1lt house wine or 2 karafaki of ouzo!

As well as fabulous Greek food The Olive Tree Traditional Greek Restaurant also offers breakfasts daily from 9am. As well as some fantastically affordable set breakfasts here you can build you own choosing from fruit salads, muesli, cereals, beans, sausages, ham, bacon, eggs, croissants, breads, honey antd jams.

Friday nights is all you can eat Greek buffet night. The fun starts at 6pm with an all you can eat buffet of dishes that include breads, olives, tatziki, humus, Greek salad, smoked mackerel salad, spinach pie, stuffed vegetables, cat fish spicy mustard sauce, moussaka, souvlaki, kebabs, lamb, French fries and fried rice with mussels as well as walnut cake and watermelon cake.

Of course there will be Greek music and dancing as well as top quality Greek hospitality and for only 259 baht!

The restaurant can be found opposite the entrance to the Mecure Hotel in South Chaweng, beyond which there is plenty of parking.

The restaurant is open from 9am every day.
You can find out more about The Olive Tree by visiting their Facebook page by clicking Here

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