Themis Chryssidis to reinvent his acclaimed Adelaide restaurant

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Themis Chryssidis is transforming his acclaimed city restaurant, eleven, with a new menu and more affordable prices together with Callum Hann.

According to the Advertiser, the prominent Adelaide restaurateurs have also announced the opening of a casual lunch spot in the adjoining Arbor Lane laneway. Additionally, they plan to renovate eleven’s existing outdoor bar and cafe area.

The leading Adelaide restaurateurs have also revealed they will open an additional casual lunch spot in the adjoining Arbor Lane laneway, offering food from 8am, and have plans to renovate eleven’s existing outdoor bar and cafe area.

Chryssidis explained that eleven, the modern Australian restaurant they launched in 2021, will close at the beginning of August and reopen a month later with a fresh “light and bright” design, a new name, and a different culinary focus.

“It’s going to feel a little more casual. It’s still going to be the same quality food that we’re known for – fresh, seasonal, local – with great hospitality that people expect from us, but in a more light, vibrant environment,” he said.

Photo: glamadelaide.com.au

“It will also be at a lower price point. Not that eleven is expensive, but the perception is that eleven is more expensive than it really is.”

In November last year, Chryssidis and Hann opened Olive, a Mediterranean-focused eatery on Pirie Street in the city, offering “big flavors,” generous share plates, and all-day dining.

The duo, who co-founded Sprout Cooking School in 2011, also teamed up for Mediterranean eatery, Lou’s Place, at the Lou Miranda Estate cellar door in Rowland Flat, in 2020.

The big changes to eleven were initially announced on the restaurant’s social media accounts.

“Our venue will finally be accessible from King William St and Franklin St and we can’t wait to welcome the resulting foot traffic through our city oasis,” the post said.

“We are so excited about the possibilities at the new and rejuvenated site that in addition to a brand new concept we will also be expanding our offering in the area as we take an additional tenancy … proof we aren’t going anywhere!”

Source: The Advertiser

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