Selene, a gastronomic and cultural landmark of the Greek island of Santorini, will reopen its doors on June 1 with a unique scenario inspired by the restaurant’s authenticity and legacy.
One of the most awarded restaurants on Santorini and a proud pioneer of modern Greek cuisine, Selene is located in a former monastery in Fira town.
Led by Michelin-star rated Ettore Botrini, Selene’s goal is to offer its guests an authentic gastronomic experience which seamlessly combines tradition and creativity; simplicity and ingenuity; earth and sea; and nostalgia and innovation.
“From one of the most beautiful spots on Earth, Michelin Star chef Ettore Botrini proudly celebrates the polished future and Santorini’s glorious culinary heritage in a dining experience that makes you lose touch with reality for the day. All this comes to life and meets with an exquisite wine list curated by Yiannis Karakasis MW, and it is like a band playing its best song ever,” the restaurant’s management said in an announcement.
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