Boldly greeting guests in Wan Chai’s trendy Moon Street, Artemis & Apollo’s striking exterior evokes a sense of Aegean reverence – making it a fitting tribute to the family-run tavernas of Greece – while employing modern design sensibilities that make it both stylish and welcoming.
Artemis & Apollo’s interior is split into twin rooms, distinct yet intrinsically and symbiotically linked, an ode to the restaurant’s eponymous Greek twins of legend – the goddess of the hunt and the god of music respectively. In contrast to the classic menu, the Sean Dix-designed space reimagines the taverna as something modern yet familiar that lovingly nods to the kinds of fixtures and colours you would see in its Athenian counterparts, while creating a space that is wholly unique. Domed ceilings spaciously frame the dining room, lending a gravitas to the tone of the space, while a courtyard in the back affords guests the rare pleasure of dining al fresco in perennially frenetic Wan Chai, in tranquility.
Head Chef Andrée LeFuel cut his teeth under renowned chefs such as Daniel Boulud and Ludo Lefebvre, but, his passion for Hellenic cuisine led him to head up the kitchen in fast-casual Greek concept, Souvla, in his native San Francisco, equipping him with the ideal toolkit for the opening of Artemis & Apollo.
Check out their lunch menu here.