It’s no secret that Star of Greece is something of a South Australian establishment.
Situated by the seascapes and named for a long-remembered shipwreck, the restaurant prides itself on serving fresh seafood and local produce, with an emphasis on visual flair.
Owners Doug and Nikki Govan recently revealed the Star of Greece kiosk was undergoing a redevelopment, which has now been completed.
In preparation for Summer, the kiosk now sports a brand-new shade and deck, along with an assortment of seating for customers to perch on.
The menu has also undergone a revamp of sorts. Whilst Nikki Govan says that some things will never change, namely the squid and King George Whiting, the kiosk menu now features more variety, including gluten free options and new cocktails.
For breakfast, the kiosk is offering classics such as a bacon, fried egg, chilli onion jam and cheese roll, and toasted sourdough with avocado, Woodside goats curd, and caramelised onion.
The lunch menu is seafood-heavy, with Kangaroo Island King George Whiting, garfish, salt and pepper squid, fish taco with salsa, and crispy chips and nuggets.
Nikki says the whiting and squid served at the kiosk is identical to that presented in the restaurant, with the new deck providing an “outstanding” sea view.
The wine list has also been refreshed, and includes the award-winning Kanta Riesling and Pol Roger, alongside a selection of drops sourced from McLaren Vale and internationally.
Star of Greece don’t take bookings for the kiosk, but according to Nikki, the tables do turn over fairly quickly.
Opening hours: Weekends until December 16, when Star of Greece will trade seven days for breakfast and lunch.
From December 26 to January 26, it’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.
The restaurant will be closed on Christmas day.
You can find Star of Greece on Facebook here.
Star of Greece is located at 1 The Esplanade, Port Willunga.