Located on the 8th floor of the Hondos Centre in Kallithea, a 10-minute drive from the centre of Athens, this stylish new all-day rooftop garden bistro overlooks the entire capital city from above.

So, if you are searching for a chic spot in Athens to grab brunch, lunch, or cocktails- add Delicate Café to your list! Here you can enjoy an artisan coffee of your choice, a delightful brunch menu, and handcrafted cocktails- all while enjoying 360-degree views of Athens. On the one hand, you have the striking Acropolis Hill, while the stunning Aegean Sea is on the other. And with a retractable glass roof- you can sit out here rain, hail, or shine!

The Parisian-inspired terrace is filled with a mix of soft pink and green velvet chairs, marble tables, a charming mint coloured fountain, and endless floral arrangements that add a soft touch to the open space. This has become a regular haunt for Athenians from all over the city who come to experience the wonderful atmosphere- and to grab an Instagram-worthy photo (of course)!

Choose from the brunch menu which includes scrambled eggs, Croque Madame, and pancakes; and if you are after a light lunch there is a range of sandwiches and salads including Caprese, Traditional Greek Salad, and Quinoa. If you are after something more filling there are also handmade burgers, pasta, and risotto; as well as grilled chicken, pork, and the special of the day.

Those with a sweet tooth will be spoilt for choice as there is a lovely range of cakes and pastries, as well as croissants and profiteroles on the dessert menu.

And if you’re just after a refreshment, you can choose from a long list of coffees, fresh juices, herbal teas, and of course a wonderful list of local wines, aperitifs, and cocktails; including the Delicate Mule, which features pink gin, lime, and homemade ginger ale.

A: El. Venizelou 108-110 Kallithea, Athens

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 9 pm, Saturday 9:30 am to 8 pm

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