Two Course Greek Meal With Ouzo and Coffee For Two (£20) or Four (£35) at Parthenonas (Up to 58% Off)
- Licensed Greek restaurant
- Traditional Greek folk music
- Located on London Road
- Starter and main course
- Shot of ouzo and cup of coffee
- Starters include dips meze with tsatziki, hummus, and pitta
- Mains include mousaka, spicy meatballs, and beef stifado
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Max 4 people per table. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Lunch bookings must be made at least 48 hours in advance, and are at the restaurant's discretion. Limited availability Fri-Sat. Must present Groupon on arrival. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Surcharge applies for fish and steak dishes. Valid on option purchased only. Original values based on most expensive options. Original values verified 29 May 2012 at 6.24pm.
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While experiencing a taste of another culture can broaden the mind, chewing on the pages of travel guides merely results in angry librarians. Nourish culinary wonder with today's Groupon at Parthenonas. Choose from the following options:• £20 for a two course Greek meal with ouzo and coffee for two (Up to 52% off)
• £35 for a two course Greek meal with ouzo and coffee for four (Up to 58% off)
Bringing a taste of Sparta to the Steel City, Parthenonas serves up a full Greek taverna eating experience alongside traditional Hellenic folk music. The licensed restaurant whips up a tasty selection of speciality mezes and classic dishes, while filling glasses with anise-flavoured ouzo. The chefs cook up a storm seven evenings a week, embellishing plates until 11pm.
Aegean eaters can choose a starter from a selection of hot and cold Orektika, including a dips meze consisting of tzatziki, melitzanosalata, hummus, and taramosalata, and a helping of pitta bread (£5.50); a Keftedakia of beef meatballs in a spicy tomato sauce with yoghurt, herbs, and rice (£4.50); or a Spanakopita of spinach leaves with onion, feta, and garlic in a filo pastry casing (£4). More Greek gastronomy will come from main courses including the veggie-friendly stuffed aubergine-based Papoutsaki (£8); a meaty Kleftiko leg of lamb cooked in red wine and served in filo pastry alongside an array of vegetables (£11.50); or pasta-based classic Pastitsio (£7.95). Post-chew, this will all be washed down with a throat-tingling shot of ouzo (£2.50), and a traditional Greek coffee (£1.50).
Parthenonas received a tasty 3.5/5 from TripAdvisor users. While some felt the service could be a little faster, and some opinions varied on the décor, many reviewers praised the quality of the food and the friendly atmosphere.
The food was excellent and the service was slightly on the slow side but the atmosphere was friendly, upbeat and welcoming. This is a restaurant I can recommend and will return to.
– Phil S, TripAdvisor, May 2012
We have been to this restaurant a few times now and have never been disappointed. The menu is a fair size with plenty to choose from and it is all delicious.
– tinylass, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012