HERE’S everything you need to know about a new family run eatery bringing authentic Greek food to Warrington.

Santorini Café opened on London Road last week after undergoing a dramatic eight-month transformation.

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Owners Metodi Metodiev and Nikolaos Lempidakis, known as Meto and Niko, say their goal is to make people happy and offer them the best Greek experience possible.

They also see the door to the eatery as ‘portal’ to transport people to Santorini, allowing them to relieve special memories.

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It was the duo's dream to open the new bistro.

Santorini’s menu offers a range of traditional, authentic dishes inspired by a number of Greek Islands.

Dishes such as kleftiko, gyros, pitas, and moussaka can be found on the menu.

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Meto, who is originally from Bulgaria but lived in Greece for 20 years, and Niko, who is from Greece, say everything is ‘very high quality’ and that everything is made from fresh.

“We aim to give the best of the best,” they said.

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“Santorini is like an emotion – we are trying to make people relive their dreams and memories of being there."

There’s also a hidden gem to the eatery - which was formerly home to the charity shop Age UK.

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The backyard has been transformed into a private outdoor terrace.

It is dog friendly and has heaters so diners can enjoy it even in the winter months.

Santorini is now open Tuesday – Sunday.