Fotia Singapore is a stylish and lively Greek restaurant on Club Street. Serving up all manner of delectable Greek and Mediterranean dishes, Fotia is fast becoming the go-to spot for dining in this part of the little red dot. Whether you’re feasting on tapas with all your friends or craving a hearty portion of traditional Greek moussaka, Fotia at Club Street is where you most definitely need to be heading. Serving up a whole host of traditional dishes including fresh seafood, succulent meats straight from the charcoal grill and plenty more besides, let’s just say you won’t be disappointed here. Popular for very good reason, be sure to reserve ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
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So what should be ordering from the menu at Fotia Singapore? Well, we recommend arriving at this Club Street restaurant with friends who love to share, in the true Greek style. That way, you can order up a whole host of hot and cold mezze dishes and sample as many dishes as possible. We love snacking on the freshly baked pita bread with smoked Aegean eggplant dip, the tirokafteri made with from whipped feta cheese and the freshly made tzatziki, while we decide on what we’ll order. Then, don’t miss the Fotia spanakopita, dolmades or Greek salad, which all make for perfect starters.
If you’re after something traditional at Fotia Club Street, we love the imam baildi of slow-cooked eggplant in a tomato sauce with feta and lashings of olive oil; moussaka made with minced beef and a rich bechamel or the charcoal-grilled lamb ribs with fries. Seafood lovers should keep an eye out for the charcoal-grilled mussels or catch of the day, while meat fans will love the mixed combo platter brimming with all manner of meaty skewers, fried potatoes, dips and pita bread. Whatever you select, it’ll be delicious so your best bet is to reserve a table at Fotia and head to Club Street for a Greek feast in Singapore you won’t forget.