Orizontes Restaurant

Overview

Let’s be straight – the food here is pretty good, but that’s not why you’re coming.

You’re coming for a table on their outdoor terrace that has the most outrageous view of the city of Athens and beyond.

We totally lucked out when we climbed Lycabettus Hill for sunset and stumbled upon this restaurant, spotting a spare table in prime position for the taking.

The menu is on the pricey side with starters starting at €13 and mains starting at €21. However, I was surprised to find bread and oil for €6 (you bet we skipped starters to just have that) and the desserts were all €8. The drinks were pretty affordable too with wine from €5 and a glass of prosecco for €6.

The food was tasy but nothing to write home about, but I will probably never stop banging on about the view. It was incredible and I’d happily pay the price all again to witness that epic sunset!

If you’re on more of a budget, try Cafe Lycabettus instead or even cheaper still, pack some drinks and snacks and sit up top for free!

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