YAMAS means ‘cheers’ in Greek and the team at Yamas Greek Fusion have a proper reason to raise their glasses on March 14, for its first birthday.
More than 400 guests celebrated at the launch party last year and the anniversary get-together looks set to attract a similar crowd, with revellers travelling from as far afield as Sweden and Norway.
The spot on Avenida Miguel Cano has something for everyone, from a chill terrace to a full-on dining experience. There’s even a dedicated children’s room.
Owner Kulis Miliatis, who hails from Katerini in Greece, has lived all over the world and speaks five languages, and he and his wife Hayley Mallia pride themselves on their delicious, fresh Greek fare.
For an evening of Greek chic, including bubbly, a buffet, canapes and live music from the Suit & Tie Duo, all for €20 per ticket, head on down to Yamas on March 14 from 8-11pm.
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