Che Cocina y Barra Sudamericana is housed in a neoclassic building in Karaiskou street at Piraeus, where it welcomes you in its colourful and joyous premises to offer you an authentic and comprehensive Latin experience. This all day bar restaurant has evolved so much to be considered as the most hot spot in the port city, due to its unique ambience, amazing design and exotic delicacies.
To the right of the entrance there is a wonderful 14-meter high mural depicting Frida Kahlo that will surely catch your eye. Its tropical yard will remind you of a Mexican hacienda, as it stands out for its hand painted tables, bamboo sticks and ethnic design. Indoors the design is equally impressive and laid out in detail, boasting bright colours, vintage furniture, ceiling fans, knitted lamps and authentic collectible items. The wonderful salsa, mambo and jazz DJ sets add a touch of passion to your experience.
You can visit Che in the morning to drink the first coffee of the day and enjoy your breakfast. Its menu will take you on a journey to Latin America through exotic dishes prepared by the experienced chef Dimitris Fetsis. You can choose your favourite starter among tacos, enchiladas and chimichangas. For the main course you can select between many creative suggestions such as jowl of pork iberico with pappardelle in cocoa sauce, weakfish in a banana leaf, slow cooked pork shank with sweet potato gnocchi, fresh tuna fillet with sauce tartare and picanha Black Angus with cider baked thyme scented Peruvian potatoes.
Its wine list includes labels from Spain, Chile and Argentina, as well as some suggestions from the Greek vineyard.
Round up your experience with one of the imaginative cocktails prepared under the supervision of George Philippidis. A popular choice is the Night of the Living Dead (a mix of aged rums from Santo Domingo, Panama and the Barbados, handmade syrup from Caribbean hibiscus and spices, fresh lime juice and orange liqueur). During winter its worth sampling the hot Horsata (aged Brugal Anejo rum mixed with biscuit, rice milk, coconut cream, Guatemala coffee and Tonka syrup).