Step into the opulent realm of Alia, where Greek share plates and holy elixirs take centre stage in an effortlessly minimalistic setting.

A traditional Greek experience, think generous portions with all the freshness and simplicity of authentic ingredients used in Mediterranean cooking such as olive oil, lemon, oregano, bread, olives, seafood and vegetables.

A menu that would make any Yaya proud, indulge in all the classics including saganaki baked cheese, chicken souvlaki, lamb gyros and spanakopita. While for the cocktail menu, you can expect Greek-inspired flavours that are citrus-forward.

Contemporary dining meets Greek taverna, the interior captivates with a blend of calmness and tranquillity, featuring dissimilar textures, natural elements, floor-to-ceiling windows and soothing sage hues. A nuanced experience that evolves from day to night, perch yourself at the marble bar for an ouzotini cocktail and freshly shucked oysters, enjoy long lunches around the expansive circular tables, late-night drinks on the bubble lounge, or celebrate milestones at the long dining tables.

Crafted by Nik Bulum of Bulum Group, who made Braddon’s retail precinct what it is today, his distinctive contemporary style seamlessly weaves layers and textures and has transformed Alia into a luxurious haven.

Opening on Wednesday 6 March, get the latest via Alia’s Instagram.