Annoula’s Kitchen at Cross Street Market Switches to a Greek Menu

| March 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

Annoula’s Kitchen at Cross Street Market is now Annoula’s Greek Kitchen as owner Anna Leventis has decided to change the menu to focus on Greek cuisines. Leventis grew up in a Greek family and has featured Greek-inspired dishes at her other restaurants SoBo Cafe and SoBo Market, but is now excited to have an “all-out” Greek concept.

Leventis said she originally wanted to do a Greek concept at Annoula’s, but went with the sandwich, soup, and salad concept instead. “But, the more I thought about it, I wanted to change direction,” said Leventis.

Annoula is the nickname given to Leventis by her Greek family members.

The new menu has pitas, platters, rice bowls, salads, and shareable plates and spreads. Customers can pick from proteins, including Bifteki Meatballs (beef), sliced lamb and beef (gyro), lemon herb roasted chicken, Loukaniko sausage, lemon garlic shrimp, zucchini fritters, and roasted eggplant to add to pitas, platters, rice bowls, and salads. Sauces for the proteins are tzatziki, hummus, spicy feta, and roasted eggplant and olive.

Starters and sides include each of the sauces and spreads with pita or cucumber, spinach pie, cheese pie, spinach and cheese pie, zucchini fritters, tomato fritters, Greek fries, and feta cheese with olives, lentil soup, rice pilaf, and chicken and rice soup.

Annoula’s offers two entrees, including Braised Lamb Shank Youvesti and Stuffed Eggplant, which come with rice pilaf.

Sweets include Greek favorites such as rice pudding, baklava, greek yogurt and more.

The drink menu will have Greek beers, wines, juices, and sparkling drinks.

The stall has been updated with Greek decor and will have a new logo.

Annoula’s will no longer have a breakfast menu. The new hours are 11am to 8pm on Monday and Tuesday, 11am to 9pm on Wednesday and Thursday, 11am to 10pm on Friday, 10am to 9pm on Saturday, and 10am to 7pm on Sunday.

Some of the popular sandwiches from Annoula’s Kitchen have been moved to the menu at SoBo Café including the Short Rib Melt, Siracha Chicken, Chickpea Melt, and Brie BLT.

Read’s articles detailing the different aspects of the Cross Street Market redevelopment here.

Photo courtesy of Annoula’s Greek Kitchen 

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