You can now get the Mykonos feel without ever leaving the city, thanks to Petros82.
Once housed inside Hotel X, the Greek eatery has now found a new, two-storey space in the Entertainment District to call home. Located at 299 Adelaide Street West, the 10,000 square foot restaurant is adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows and a sleek, modern interior.
All of that space allows for a traditional, upscale restaurant setting, as one would expect. But, it also houses the YK Marketta, where traditional Greek provisions are available for purchase, a Live Seafood Market, and even a semi-private mezzanine for private events.
Of course, the spotlight is on the traditional Mediterranean fare, which is accompanied by an extensive craft cocktail list.
Seafood-focused appetizer options include Kakavia, a traditional seafood soup, alongside a shrimp cocktail, oysters, PEI cocktails and a chilled seafood salad. There’s also a selection of comfort foods, Greek pastas, shareable dishes (like spanakopita), as well as meat and fish mains.
The whole vibe at Petros82 is comparable to that of Estiatorio Milos, a New York City seafood restaurant that has garnered international attention. The modern decor paired with the live market create Toronto’s version of the upscale Manhattan restaurant.
The restaurant is a division of Peter & Paul’s hospitality group, which owns a multitude of restaurants across the GTA. Their charge also includes event spaces and catering businesses.
Petros82 began accepting in-person diners on February 2, and is open from 4pm to 9pm Monday through Saturday for both takeout and delivery.