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SNFCC’s Delta Named Among Forbes Coolest Restaurants for 2022

ATHENS – If your New Year’s resolution is to eat at one of the world’s coolest restaurants in 2022, look no further than Athens and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC). Forbes has named the SNFCC’s Delta, created in collaboration with Deipnosofistirion, as one of the coolest restaurants on earth for the coming year.

The reviewer writes that “at the stunning Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, a new ambassador of the globally loved Greek cuisine found its home.” Through their culinary approach, she goes on, “Modesty is transformed into grandeur.”

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Delta was created through the initiative of, and with a grant from, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF). It aims to become a landmark culinary destination in line with the high standards of the SNFCC and to share Greek cuisine around the world.

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