Alati

Tanjong PagarGreek, European, Mediterranean, Seafood$$$$
Excellent
5.0/6
286 Reviews
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About Alati


The Team
Chef-owner Leong Khai Git, Local Rising Chef nominee, World Gourmet Summit 2015
Ioannis Stefanopoulos, Executive Chef | Konstantinos Lazarkis, Master of Wine

To step into Alati is to step out of Singapore and into a Greek taverna with blindingly white-washed walls, cerulean blue accents and sunkissed food. This temple to Greek and Mediterranean cuisine is found along Tanjong Pagar’s Amoy Street, featuring a kitchen stocked with ingredients flown in from the Aegean Sea. The menus are curated by a Greek master of wines and a locally-renowned Singaporean chef, while the setting and service are impeccable – an unmissable spot for Greek food.

NB: a minimum spend of $50+ p/p applies for bookings of 6 or more on Fridays and Saturdays. Last orders on any day are 1:45pm for lunch and 9:45pm for dinner.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 12:00 pm
Tuesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Wednesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Thursday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Friday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Saturday
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sunday
Closed
Monday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Address

Alati
73 Amoy Street
Singapore 069892

Menu Highlights

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Signature

Taramasolata

Cured cod roe, baked pita crisp

Fyllo-wrapped Feta

Goat and sheep’s milk feta, orange and thyme honey, sesame seeds

Greek Octopus

Grilled Octopus, red-wine vinegared onions and confit tomatoes
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More about Alati, Singapore

Renowned Singaporean chef Leong Khai Git has worked with his crew of professional Greek chefs (themselves flown in to Tanjong Pagar fresh from the Aegean!) to curate a menu of grilled, salt-baked, deep-fried, and right-off-the-bone delicacies that are a peerless summary of what Greek and Mediterranean cuisine is all about. Far more focused than your usual Greek restaurant, Alati’s specific offering is Cycladic cuisine, dishes from the archipelago of islands stretching southeast from the Greek mainland. To accompany this divine food, Git has worked with Konstantinos Lazarakis, one of the most prestigious sommeliers in Greece, to develop a list of Greek wines like the crisp white Tselepos Mantinia Moschofilero and the divine red Alpha Hedgehog Xinomavro, plus beers, spirits, and liqueurs exclusive to Alati’s cellars.

Alati’s name means salt in Greek, a moniker that besides evoking the Aegean Sea and the Cyclades, bodes well when it comes to our favourite of this superlative Singapore Greek restaurant’s signature dishes, really any number of dishes: the salt-baked fresh fish. This technique is the litmus test for any Greek seafood kitchen, the salt-crust sealing in the fish’s moistness, and here it’s applied to the daily catch, caught, packed in ice and flown in overnight from the ports of Chalkida and Thessaloniki in the Mediterranean (carabineros and langoustines, but also other rare species like the European seabass and red porgy) or sourced locally, depending always on seasonal availability and with freshness held paramount. While seafood is big at Alati’s Tanjong Pagar headquarters (don’t forget the giouvetsi, a dish of shrimps, orzo pasta and saffron), there’s plenty of meaty grills and vegetarian options, too, all cleaving close to the traditions of Greek and Cycladic cuisine. Feta cheese deep-fried in filo with honey and sesame, keftedes (meatballs with potatoes and tzatziki dip), marinated chicken souvlaki and gyros pork. Booking a table at Alati’s Amoy Street restaurant is to be transported to Greece itself – kali orexi!

286 Alati Reviews

Excellent
5.0/6
286 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Food:Great
Service:Great
Atmosphere:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
"Great"
5/6
Cheryl T.a year ago · 9 reviews

Had a very pleasant experience at Alati today. The lobster pasta and mousaka was excellent. Service could have been more attentive. We had too much food on the table, and the staff could have cleared our table faster to help with the overcrowding.

"Excellent"
6/6
Catherine w.7 months ago · 1 review

Lovely restaurant in Amoy street. The white décor - walls and furniture, paintings of local scenes in Greece, bottles of olive oil strategically placed on shelves, give you the impression you have been transported to that country. Service was excellent and attentive versus intrusive. Gave good advice on choice of wine and of course food delicious. Situated in a interesting part of town close to many other restaurants and bars

"Excellent"
6/6
Aimee C.a year ago · 14 reviews

This is a beautiful restaurant that brings you to Greece from the decor to the food. I loved the whitewashed walls, flashes of blue and colored oils on the wall. The food from salt baked fish to octopus were also well executed and seasoned. We were even greeted with a visit from the chef who included complimentary sweets. I wish the prices were a little lower, but would still return.