The Best Restaurants for Greek Food in London
If you're in London and looking for a taste of Greece, this hotlist will cover all your needs.
The Greek cuisine you find in London is a blend of tradition and innovation, featuring everything from classic tavernas to modern eateries, offering an authentic taste of Greece. In this guide, we highlight the best Greek restaurants London has to offer, based on recommendations from World of Mouth experts like Tom Jenkins and Margaux Koopman.
Whether you're craving the courgette fritters and aubergine dip you can find at Mazi, the delicious sharing plates at Suzi Tros or something else, this guide has got you covered. Read on and find out where to find London's best Greek food.
Mazi is a Greek restaurant that brings a modern twist to traditional Greek cuisine. With a focus on the shared dining tradition, Mazi, which means "together" in Greek, offers a variety of dishes including popular choices like courgette fritters and aubergine dip. The restaurant also features a quaint courtyard, providing a sense of being in Greece.
My favourite Greek restaurant in London!Sharing plates conceptI really recommend the courgette fritters and the aubergine dip!They have a very nice small courtyard which feels like being in Greece!
Estiatorio Milos London is a high-end Greek restaurant known for its exceptional seafood offerings, particularly the fish. The establishment provides a beautiful setting with well-appointed tables, making it an ideal spot for a special lunch. Despite its upscale status, it maintains a warm and inviting atmosphere, ensuring a pleasant dining experience for all.
Amazing high-end Greek restaurant. Delicious seafood (especially the fish), beautiful tables.Highly recommend for a special lunch!
Suzi Tros is a Greek-inspired bistro and cocktail bar, renowned for its Northern Greek cuisine. The restaurant's concept revolves around the Greek tradition of sharing meals, reinterpreting classic recipes with a modern twist. With a strong recommendation for their sea bream carpaccio, it's a great spot for those seeking a slightly upmarket Greek dining experience.
Delicious upmarket greek food. Great spot for greek food in Notting hill. Sharing plates concept. More on the expensive side but worth it. Recommend the sea bream carpaccio.
Pied a Terre is a long-standing Michelin-starred restaurant, offering elegant French fine dining with a touch of Greek influence. The menu is crafted by Greek chef Asimakis Chaniotis, who skillfully brings luxurious twists to traditional dishes like taramasalata. The restaurant is also recognized for its award-winning vegetarian and vegan dishes, and its commitment to sustainability, recycling and minimizing food waste.
Elegant French fine dining with Greek touchesPied a Terre has held at least one Michelin star since the early 90s making it one of the oldest Michelin-starred restaurants in London. It's an archetypal Michelin fine dining restaurant but some of the best moments come from incumbent Greek chef Asimakis Chaniotis's nods to his homeland. He manages to make taramasalata as luxurious as foie gras.
INO Restaurant offers creative Greek small plates with a fine dining touch. Inspired by the traditional Greek culinary practice of cooking over charcoal, the restaurant uses quality firewood to prepare dishes using premium ingredients sourced from Greece and prominent farms worldwide. INO also features an extensive selection of Greek wines, barrel-aged cocktails, and chilled draft beers from boutique breweries.
Creative Greek small plates from the team behind Athens' Funky GourmetIno is another London outpost from the team behind Athens' now defunct Funky Gourmet, joining their existing Opso in Marylebone. Dolmas, gyros, souvlaki and more but with creative, fine dining touches and premium ingredients.
Bacchanalia is a Greek-Mediterranean restaurant located in Mayfair, known for its surrealistic design by Damien Hirst and an impressive collection of 2000-year-old Roman sculptures. The restaurant offers a variety of Italian dishes and a superb wine list, featuring renowned brands like Petrus and Latour. Despite being on the pricier side, Bacchanalia is often fully booked, offering a unique dining experience that combines art, history, and gastronomy.
The Damien Hirst designed Greek-Roman extravaganza.It costed 75 million £ to renovate, it took Damien Hirst’s surrealistic design and a few 2.000 years old Roman sculptures to create this insane Greek-Italian restaurant in Mayfair. I include it here since it is one of the most talked-about places in London now. Its mostly Italian food is ok, not more. The wine list is superb, full of the obvious Petruses and Latours - as you may already guess. For me, it sure was fun to experience once - probably not twice. Very expensive. Book well in advance as its full every night.
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