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Subterranean Bar and Grill


Subterranean Bar and Grill brings you heart warming traditional Greek and Mediterranean delicacies for lunch, dinner or take away.

"Subterranean Bar and Mediterranean Grill in Sydney opened in 2010 on the lower ground floor of the heritage GPO building at Sydney’s premier address, No.1 Martin Place, with a focus on authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.Our signature housemade souvlaki plates feature your choice of chargrilled chicken, tiger prawns or premium lamb skewers served with grilled pita bread, salad, tzatziki and seasoned chips. We also offer delicious slow roasted lamb, beef and pork ribs which are chargrilled and basted for extreme tenderness and flavour."
Address: 1 Martin Pl , Sydney 2000, NSW, AU
Phone: (02) 9229 7700
State: NSW
City: Sydney
Zip Code: 2000

Opening Hours

Monday: 12:00-15:00
Monday: 18:00-21:30
Tuesday: 12:00-15:00
Tuesday: 18:00-21:30
Wednesday: 12:00-15:00
Wednesday: 18:00-21:30
Thursday: 12:00-15:00

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A classy Greek Mediterranean restaurant located at the basement in Martin Place Sydney. The mixed grilled platter is good and the grilled octopus is a must order. The crystal bar is something quite glittery and fun.
The beef ribs were overcooked - fell apart and the outside was slightly dry and crusty. The lemon herb sauce was overpowering although my friend really liked the sauce, I thought it had a stench and winey aftertaste. The chips were ok but not seasoned well. The food took a while to prepare. It is very pricey for what it was. The portion was probably enough for 2 small eaters I guess. I would not return.
Nice place to spend time in with friends to eat and chat. Lots of different choices to be had. We had entrees and mains to share.
Nice atmosphere. Prices good. Food was great and we were served quickly.
We were staying at the Sydney Westin and were looking for somewhere close buy to grab a bite. Fortunately we wondered down this Greek restaurant. The setting wasn’t awesome but the food was great. We had lamb kabobs. They were flavorful and plentiful. The hummus was good and so was the tzatziki. We subbed the Greek salad for the one that came with the order. Very fresh tasting.
I visit this regularly for lunch, and it consistently pleases. It is tucked away as doesn't get all the riff raff and has a nice vibe despite being in an open planned area. Then there is the food - most of it is quite simply wonderful. The burgers a little bland, greek salad a little too much tomato, though once you know your way around the menu you find your happy spot. :-
Great burger menu on the blackboard and on the bar menus but for some reason only one burger, the least expensive, is available if you sit down in their dining area. The full menu is only available if you take a buzzer and eat in the food court. Staggering. Why upset your customers with rules that your staff don't understand? Your customers will never understand. Your customers will leave pissed off or walk out. Why?
I think I said the food was "Out of this world" about three times. Every dish we tried was incredible as was the wine. Excellent service and friendly staff. A must do, a hidden gem!
Great place hidden in Martin Place with affordable prices. Very accommodating to large groups. Food wise, it was good, slightly salty for my tastes but that really depends on the person. The downside was that they didn't have a dessert menu.
We were disapponted with the 2x Lamb Spit meals. We had to ask the waitress if we had been given the correct meal as these are clearly not spit roasted i.e. FALSE ADVERTISING. It was a flattish piece of lamb which had been pan fried. It was tough. The waitress was meant to follow up with the manager but didn't. Also, pita bread is not Greek, but Lebanese.
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