Opa (Greek) - Taipei
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Opa is a one of Taipei's finest Mediterranean establishments. The name 'Opa' or 'cheers!' in Greek, conveys the jovial tones of this warm eatery. Opened by restaurateurs with a passion for Greek food and a yearning for the fresh, fine ingredients and techniques of the Mediterranean, Opa offers a refreshing menu of wholesome ingredients. Opa's mediterranean dishes are prepared with authentic Greek techniques, and served to patrons at an affordable price. Opa has refined its menu to introduce the city of Taipei to some of the most authentic and culturally-inspired Greek dishes.
Opa is a great restaurant for those who have never experienced Mediterranean cuisine before, as the waiters are well-versed in the Mediterranean delicacies on offer and are happy to walk guests through the ordering process. Guests hankering after the palatable delights of their travels through the Mediterranean, will also be pleased to find more novel dishes at Opa. Moussaka (layered and seasoned ground pork and beef, roasted eggplant, zucchini and Greek béchamel sauce), homemade gyros, real tatziki and Saganaki Flaming Cheese are just some of the authentically hearty dishes found on Opa's menu. Have a sweet tooth? Don't forget to check out Opa's dessert selection. The favourite, of course, being the Baklava - although the molten chocolate cake is certainly worth a mention.
Opa is in Guangfu South Road, in Taipei's leafy Daan district. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week, but the kitchen closes between these meals. The atmosphere at this homey eatery is very welcoming and has a very 'all inclusive' feel - an inviting space to all patrons. Opa welcomes families, or big groups to dine in their resturant, and are also happy to accommodate those ordering take-away meals. For your convenience, Opa also allows guests to make reservations via their website: http://www.opa.theweb.tw/reservation.html
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