Bal Harbour, FL 33154
Atlantikós Chef Anastasios “Tasos” Chasekioglou offers a curated selection of traditional Greek dishes, tailored to Miami. Meant to be enjoyed as a shared experience, the Atlantikós menu takes guests on a journey of exceptional flavors throughout the Greek Islands.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 10:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Directly Across From Bal Harbour Shops
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet Parking with restaurant validation
Anastasios 'Tasos' Chasekioglou
Private Party Contact:
Panos Nikiforou: (305) 993-0430
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Atlantikós Ratings and Reviews
I'll be honest, after a disastrous first ...
I'll be honest, after a disastrous first meal I gave this restaurant another try. Credit to the manager, Panos, who invited all four of us back to Atlantikos. I can only say that we must have dined there on the chef's night off. Our second meal was sensational. Panos and his wait staff could not have been nicer, more knowledgeable and happy to see us so enjoying our meal. Everything from the cold starters with all the usual Greek dips, the hot starters including a fantastic crawfish concoction and stuffed feta cheese rolls to die for, to the freshest of grilled fish with lots of vegetables and purees were outstanding. Desserts were an array of temptation including a surprisingly good orange cake. Try this place and if you have any problems ask for Panos. He is a man of his word when he promises a great dining experience.
Gorgeous place exquisite architecture & ...
Gorgeous place exquisite architecture & design all white decor with ocean blue marble table tops like dining at a seaside in Greece by the water. A little overpriced but this is the St. Regis hotel after all. Our food was ok we each had 2 appetizers & dessert that were fine.
This was not the night to go to Atlantik ...
This was not the night to go to Atlantikos!
They had an Opa night and the kitchen was clearly overwhelmed.
50 minute wait for appetizers and the mussels were chewey....
Over $40 for overdone filet of red snapper and $10 for a side of riposted potatoes
Exemplary, gracious service. Traditional ...
Exemplary, gracious service. Traditional, yet inspired Greek cuisine with a Santorini backdrop. The squid ink risotto with langostinos was authentic to the Greek isles and the pita with multiple tapenade options upon seating was fresh and delicious. Our server was happy to create a special black-eyed-pea and spinach side dish to appeal to my Texas culture (black-eyed-peas on New Years is a must). A handsome Greek musician played nice, unobtrusive music throughout our meal. The decor is gorgeous - blue hyacinths and white rose bouquets adorn every table.. Our only (slight) suggestion is to dim the lights. There were some older diners in this weekend for the New Year's holiday so I imagine the restaurant was doing their best to balance among the young families and more mature diners.
We went to this restaurant for dinner to ...
We went to this restaurant for dinner to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Once the staff heard it was our anniversary, they went above and beyond in making our experience an unforgettable one. The chef, manager, and wait staff were all amazing and could not have been nicer. Everyone was so attentive to us and the service was impeccable. I also must mention the food! The lamb chops my Husband ordered were super tender, the meatballs I ordered were amazing, and the rest of the food was to die for. I would highly recommend this restaurant and can't wait to go back to try the breakfast and lunch menus as well as return for dinner!
Very quiet the night we were there. the ...
Very quiet the night we were there. the food was very good and well presented. Our French waiter in a Greek restaurant-surely a first -was a pro. think they should dime the lights a bit for dinner time
We stumbled upon this restaurant after a ...
We stumbled upon this restaurant after a poor dinning experience across the street. We were hungry and angry. Weren't we lucky to find some of the best food I've had in in a while.
That was last week, we drove back down from Fort Lauderdale just to eat Here. Amazing.
Food was delicious and the service was v ...
Food was delicious and the service was very friendly and attentive. The manager was especially welcoming and gracious. We will definitely be back the next time we are in Bal Harbour.
We had three different meals and all of ...
We had three different meals and all of them were delicious ( musaka, black ink risotto with some sea food and chicken). The chicken was absolutely delicious:very tasty.
The service was very nice, discrete and helpful ( Mohamed) . And with live music ( not too loud) it was great to enjoy the food and the conversation. We had a bottle of French Sancere which was delicate and match our palates! We will be back since we enjoy the evening very much!
Single Entree Mars Perfection
Ambiance, service, wine list (and sommelier), and sea view were all outstanding. The foes gras terrine, matched with a fairly priced sauterne, and sweet right-from-the-sea shrimp salad were both sublime appetizers. So too was the lemon butter lobster entree. But, yikes, the short ribs were beyond dry and all but tasteless--and that marred an otherwise lovely evening.
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