Address: 96 Cleveland Street, London, W1T 6NP
Landline: 020 738...
Fax: 020 7388 3723
Four Lanterns Greek Restaurant Established in 1970, the restaurant is named after a small bridge in the town of Limassol, Cyprus, called "TA TESSERA PHANAIA" (The Four Lanterns). The bridge was in the middle of the Cypriot and Turkish community in Limassol, in the times when Cypriots and Turks lived together
For the very best in simple, unpretentious Greek cuisine, using only fresh ingredients bought from market each day.
The atmosphere is friendly, the food great, the wine flows, and Peter will make you welcome to this family run restaurant
Where better to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, your birthday, an office outing or the meaning of life and anything else that comes to mind, than at newly refurbished premises of The Four Lanterns?
Some would say "anywhere!", but let's face it, Christmas is coming up fast, and if you haven't booked anywhere yet, you're running out of choices.
Pop in for a chat with Peter, your genial and sartorially challenged host. He will show you the door and all the other fixtures and fittings. Anything to take your mind off the food.
The style is "Nouveau neo-gothic council house Greek". The food is the same and the drink is plentiful.
For further information, and detailed menus, (as well as some really bad jokes ) please visit our website....or for bookings and a chat call 020 7387 0704.