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Reminiscent of the bright blue and white contrasting colors of Santorini, Atlantikós exudes a truly authentic Mediterranean dining experience. Chef Anastasios “Tasos” Chasekioglou offers a curated selection of traditional Greek dishes and fresh seafood, tailored to Miami. Meant to be enjoyed as a shared experience, the Atlantikós menu takes guests on a journey of exceptional flavors from the Greek mainland to the islands.
Bal Harbour, FL 33154
Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
A la Carte: 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Buffet: 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Sunday - Thursday:
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM &
Friday and Saturday:
6:00 PM - 11:00PM
Pool & Beach Menu: 11:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Directly Across From Bal Harbour Shops
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music every day during dinner hours
Complimentary Valet Parking with restaurant validation
Anastasios 'Tasos' Chasekioglou
Private Party Contact:
Panos Nikiforou: (305) 993-0430
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us every Thursday for a celebration of all things Greek! Enjoy our signature plate breaking ritual, live music, and authentic Mediterranean dinner served family-style, with premium Greek beers and wines.
Atlantikós Ratings and Reviews
The ambiance is mostly all white with ocean blue lighting. It is fitting given the seafood focus and being near the beach. The stone crabs were fresh and very reasonable prices. The langostine dish was not hot. The server said it was how it is served. Very disappointing. Would not go back.
We went for the white truffle menu. It s was a good value, for white truffles. The pasta white truffle dish was over whelmed by the mushrooms in the dish. It would have been much better with a simple sauce which emphasized the truffles. The standard diner menu looked interesting and worth a second visit. The service and ambience were great. We're going back.
We were highly impressed and delighted with the food - it's quality, freshness, presentation, etc., were all first class. We were "cheaping out" by choosing the Miami Spice menu, otherwise the normal pricing would have discouraged us from eating here. Most menu entrees are in the $50-70 range, and a small bottle of coke and a bottle of club soda were $6.00 each. That said, we were entirely enchanted with the wonderful blends of tastes and colors, and each dish we tried, from the appetizer to the dessert, was exceptional. The service was also very good, attentive and friendly. We'll be back next year if they participate in Miami Spice again!
The dining room is used for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As such it is a bit casual for an expensive evening meal.
The food, whoever, is spectacular and priced accordingly.
We were there Labor Day weekend, and the restaurant was full on Saturday night and quite noisy.
The service was excellent, and the waiter and the manager (who knew we were there to celebrate our Anniversary) were very solicitous.
A lovely experience.
We chosen only greek-styled food and it was as delicious as it usually is in Greece. Greek salad had kalamata olives, big enough portion, crunchy and fresh vegetables; lamb kebab was as goog as I used to eat in Greece👍🏻. Frosen greek yougurt with lime juice for desert... Ummm it is so simple but soooo yami!!! And of course the atmosphere and interior are very cosy and you really feel like your are on a ship and you see the bottom of the sea through absolutely clear water! Fantastic!
Overall the food was okay, we ordered just appetizers to try and share many different dishes. The waiter was very nice but a bit challenged when understanding English. A couple of our favorites were the seasoned spring potatoes, stuffed zucchini blossoms and the octopus. The baklava we ordered for dessert was dry but the ice cream on the side was good. Our biggest problem with this restaurant was the noise and unruly children. Since it's a hotel there were lots of guests in shorts and flip flops with young (screaming) kids jumping around, we found it hard to talk most of the night, we probably won't go back.
Customer Beware! When the server greeted us after being seated, he poured water out of a bottle and filled the glasses . He had not asked if we were interested in paying for water and during the meal when no one offered to refill the glasses, I asked for a refill for the table to find out that the bottle of water used was being billed. I thought that was really sneaky. A restaurant is about choices and this was a gouge not a choice. We protested and the charge was eliminated from the bill. Food was okay, fresh but service was very slow.
If you want some wonderful Mediterranean style food in a pleasant and attractive setting with service commensurate with the location, try Milo's on South Beach. Do not try Atlantikos,
you will be wasting your time and money. Both of which are precious.
We should have known something was amiss when it took twelve minutes for a server to acknowledge that we were even sitting at the table. Then another six minutes just to get our water glasses filled. We could understand if the restaurant was packed with patrons but there were more empty tables than full tables.
At the waiter's suggestion we tried lamb meatballs which had good flavor but came out room temperature. We then tried two additional appetizers which were good but the entrees came out before we were half way through the appetizers. When we were ready for the entrees it was quite obvious from the temperature and the texture that they had been kept warm in an oven instead of re-fired when we were ready for them. One of us decided to take their entree home instead of eating it there as wanted to try desert. When the time came to leave we waited and waited for the "to go" bag. The server looked at us perplexed when we asked where the entree was that had not been eaten. After about five minutes he explained that it was thrown away as he thought we did not like it. After about ten more minutes they brought another entree to go which was half the size as the original entree.
For a restaurant in such a fine hotel it is hard to understand how they can continue to operate a "fine dining restaurant" that actually isn't. We are usually willing to give places a second chance, but not in this case when there are so many other fine restaurants around.
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