The Eastern Harbour is dominated by the bulky walls of Fort Qaitbey, built on a narrow peninsula over the remains of the legendary...
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Greek Club information
The Greek Club's wide terrace is just the ticket for catching the evening breeze and watching the lights along Alex's legendary bay. The moussaka and the souvlaki are both easy menu winners, and the seafood selection (priced by weight) is excellent, too. Order your fish Greek-style – oven baked with lemon, olive oil and oregano.
This is one of the best places in the city for a sundowner beer or cocktail. Minimum charge in the restaurant is E£75.