Top reasons to eat here
The raw materials of the Lost Athens are very carefully selected and the combinations in the dishes by the chef are not found every day!
For food and drink!
Food, alcohol and fantastic sweets have their place of honor at Lost Athens!
The decoration and the modern industrial design of the space make the Lost Athens stand out!
Quality has no labels in this restaurant in Pagrati. Neither the people.
How would you feel if someone was saying “enjoy your fucking dinner?”. Surprise? Maybe. Intimacy? It’s possible. However, the contrast between the word “enjoy’' and the casual intense wording is an interesting philosophy reflected in Lost Athens' aesthetics. A space created by Vasilis Stefanakis and George Tsoumas so you can go with goggles or flip flops, a suit or a bermuda and always have a good time. The menu created by George Zachilas, Stratos Vlassopoulos, Spyros Kapatos and Maria Tsaka, is inspired by international influences without any gastronomic restrictions, in addition to high quality. Dishes are sorted according to your appetite for politically correct situations or not, so you will find dishes that will be enjoyed by hand, with fork, with fork and spoon, with fork and knife and, of course, a range of desserts to taste with a spoon. Last but not least, on of the most exceptional 'whims' of Lost Athens is the list of Greek beers from innovative microbreweries across the whole country, featured in the fridge in order to remind you another, not so well-known, side of Greece’ domestic production. From the music lists to design, curated by Circus Design Studio from Volos, Lost Athens is that place where everything is thoughtful while remaining unpretentious. And finally, it's the new hot city spot that will surely conquer your most authentic side and become a daily meeting place.
7 Arhelaou St. AthensGet directions
Tuesday to Saturday 19:00 - 01:00
Sunday 13:00 - 18:00
Closed on Monday
Phone reservations via e-table211-311-5555
Cost per person
26€ - 35€
VISA Diners MasterCard
WiFi Wheelchair Access
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