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Apeiro Kitchen & Bar
Next we were served three items from their Small Plates section: Empanada, Lamb Sliders and Classic Greek. The empanada was stuffed with Greek-style braised short rib, feta and tzatziki. It had a nice crispy crust but was still light and flaky. The lamb sliders came topped with arugula, pickled onion, feta and tzatziki. These were absolutely amazing; cooked and seasoned to perfection. Definitely a must try. The lamb sliders are a new addition to the popular 10 for $10 lunch menu. Other items on that menu include the Mediterranean BLT ( pancetta, tomato, romaine, hummus, tzatziki on grilled ciabatta bread), the Smash burger and a daily Quiche. The Classic Greek salad came with heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, bell peppers, kalamata olives and barrel-aged feta. It not only looked visually appealing with all the vibrant colors, but it tasted very good as well.
For the entrees, we had the Catch of the Day Kabob (Mahi Mahi) which was served along side a seasonal salsa, kale, pancetta, house grilled veggie mix and koshari rice.
Fresh Catch of the Day Kabob (Mahi Mahi)
Our next entree was the Moussaka which was made with charred eggplant, braised short rib and garlic bechamel sauce.
The final entree was an Orecchiette pasta served with spinach, English peas, zucchini, roasted grape tomatoes, kalamata olives and topped with pecorino cheese. Each of these entrees was delicious.
We were also brought out a couple Sides: the Street Corn, which had a blend of seasonings was simply out of this world. It sat on top a feta aioli and was also sprinkled with feta. It is a great dish and one that I would definitely suggest you order!
We finished the night with their housemade peanut butter gelato which had peanut butter pie inside. It was very rich and very delicious!
I hear Apeiro’s has an outstanding brunch, which I will soon be trying. For any of you who are already familiar with it, they do have some new additions to this menu as well, including a Baked French Toast with maple glazed apples; Baked eggs served Portuguese style with sofrito, onions, bell peppers, ciabatta and Manchego. Additionally, you can now enjoy bottomless Bloody Marys, Mimosas and/or Bellinis for $16.
A brand new promotion you will definitely want to take advantage of is available everyday from 11:30am – 6:30pm: guests can enjoy one of their wood-oven baked flatbreads and two glasses of wine for just $18. The combinations are endless, with their choices of 17 wines by the glass and five flatbreads, including their signature Margherita, Grilled Shrimp, Forest Mushroom, Spiced Lamb and Grilled Veggie.
Apeiro is definitely a foodie’s dream dining destination. They have designed a menu with such a wide range of sections and abundant choices, providing for an “infinite” number of combinations ideal for sharing.
I am looking forward to returning and trying the octopus, which I hear is the best in town.
Apeiro is located in the Delray Marketplace on Lyons Rd and West Atlantic Avenue. They are open for lunch Monday through Friday starting at 11:30am. Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays starting at 11:30am. Happy Hour is offered daily from 11:30am – 6:30pm and dinner is served daily beginning at 5pm. For more info, please visit Delray.Apeirorestaurants.com or call 561-501-4443.
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Until we eat again…
I send you delicious wishes, xo