VERi TABLE: A former French starred chef who has won over Greek diners

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VERi TABLE: A former French starred chef who has won over Greek diners

When Alain Parodi set up home in Neo Psychiko, near Athens, he opened VERi TABLE, a no-nonsense bistronomic restaurant where respect for each product is paramount.

The name of Alain Parodi's restaurant plays on the combination of "very" and "table" in English and the French word “veritable”, meaning real. The former Michelin-starred chef serves up a typically French type of bistronomy, whilst being guided by a few Mediterranean influences. From the ovens to the wine cellar, the quality of products used is paramount. Most ingredients are sourced directly from the producers, in accordance with the seasons. Alain Parodi's approach can be summed up with the trio of taste, respect and tradition. The chef regularly pays homage to the cuisine he enjoyed growing up in Provence (small fougasse breads from Grasse, pissaladière, stuffed vegetables from Nice…), without reining in his creativity: duck served with donut peaches and duck leg ravioli in ginger are prime examples. This fusion of styles seems very popular with Greek locals. Since opening in 2009, VERi TABLE has consistently been in the country's Top 100!

VERi TABLE
Aggelou Sikelianou 8
115 25 Neo Psichiko

+30 211 182 9109

https://www.facebook.com/bistrocaveveritableathens/

Menu: around 35 EUR