Nostimo Greek Restaurant

South Brisbane

A visit to Nostimo Greek Restaurant at the Greek Club, South Brisbane, is the next best thing to visiting Greece.  

Found inside long-time institution and heart of Brisbane’s Greek culture, Nostimo dishes up classic Greek fare with a modern twist served with a generous helping of famous Greek hospitality.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Patrons can dine inside the stunning dining room featuring worry beads cascading from the ceiling, classic white arches and terrazzo finishes, or al fresco on the terrace overlooking Musgrave Park and the Brisbane city skyline. 

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

The menu, created by renowned Chef in Residence David Tsirekas, is a modern interpretation of a traditional Greek dining experience.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Designed to be shared amongst family and friends, small plates to start with include olives served 3 ways (kalamata olive tapenade, green olive butter and mixed marinated olives) and dips such as tarama (white roe caviar), tzatziki (yoghurt with garlic and cucumber) and tyrokafteri (feta, ricotta and red peppers) served with warmed pita bread.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Standout dishes are Saganaki (Kefalograviera cheese with caramelised figs and candied walnuts), charred octopus served with pickled vegetables and warm split pea puree, and Chef’s signature pork belly baklava. 

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Mouth-watering meats range from chicken souvlaki and slow cooked beef cheek to melt-in-your mouth lamb cooked on a charcoal grill and served on a bed of wilted spinach and herbed yoghurt.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

As for side dishes, you can’t go past Patates Sto Fourno (oven baked lemon oregano potatoes) and Horiatiki – a traditional Greek salad of tomato, cucumber, Spanish onion, kalamata olives, oregano, extra virgin olive oil and feta. 

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Delectable desserts range from Kataifi pastry with custard, whipped cream and a hint of mastiha liqueur and Bougatsa of Thessaloniki (baked semolina custard wrapped in filo with strawberry coulis and mixed berries) to Nostimo Indulgence – layers of white chocolate ice cream, dark chocolate ice-cream and sour cherry preserve.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Nostimo is fully licensed with craft beer on tap, bottled beer including 4 Greek brews, an extensive wine list ranging from a Barossa shiraz and NZ sauvignon blanc to regional Greek wines, eight different ouzos, and classic cocktails.

Nostimo Greek Restaurant Greek Club South Brisbane

Signature cocktails to try include Pomegranate Mojito (Pampero Blanco rum, muddled lime, fresh pomegranate, mint and soda), Lychee Martini (Smirnoff Red vodka, muddled lychees, pineapple juice, lychee liqueur, and Chambord) and Ouzo Quencher (Metaxa ouzo, Cointreau, mango puree and Schweppes blood orange).

Nice to know – Nostimo provides a children’s menu ranging from fried calamari and chips, and barbecue chook and chips, to rotisserie lamb with chips, pita bread and salad.

By Deb Lidster           

Nostimo Greek Restaurant

29 Edmondstone St

South Brisbane

Opening hours

Licensed

3844 1166

Map

29 Edmondstone St South Brisbane

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