It might be difficult to decide which Athens restaurants to visit. Hence, to assist you, I’ve collaborated with a few blogger buddies to provide our recommendations for the Best Restaurants in Athens, Greece.
This tutorial has you covered for Indian fusion! Whether you’re looking for the best breakfast or eateries serving traditional Greek cuisine (or even a Greek)
When in Athens, don’t miss out on the following activities that will let you immerse yourself in the city (get them while they’re hot!):
- Athens: Acropolis Small-Group Guided Tour with Entry Ticket
- Athens: Delphi Guided Day Trip with Pickup & Optional Lunch
- From Athens: Full-Day Meteora Trip by Train
- Athens: 4-Hour Cooking Class with Market Visit
- Athens: Sunset Trip to Cape Sounion & Temple of Poseidon
Are you planning to visit other places in Greece? Check out our other tasty guides:
- The 10 Best Chania Restaurants
- The Best Walking Food Tour Of Athens
- The Top 12 Best Greek Dishes
- 10 Amazing Things To Do In Greece
- 1 The Best Athens Restaurants-
- 2 Spiti Mas
- 3 Orizontes
- 4 Seychelles
- 5 Mirch
- 6 To Kafeneio
- 7 Manas Kouzina-Kouzina
- 8 O Thanasis
- 9 Galaxy Bar & Restaurant
- 10 Which of these Athens restaurants looked the best to you? Let me know in the comments section below!
The Best Athens Restaurants-
10 Navarchou Apostoli +30 21 0331 4751
Elizabeth of Compass & Fork recommended it.
Spiti Mas, a relaxed, colorful caf in Athens’ Psiri area, is a terrific spot for a typical Greek breakfast.
The strapatsada, a creamy Greek variation of scrambled eggs with roasted tomatoes and feta cheese, was suggested by our waitress.
You may alternatively serve the pie on a big piece of toasted flatbread with your preferred toppings. One with prosciutto and truffle oil was our choice. You may also create your own blend of fresh squeezed juices from the menu.
The service was polite yet a little sluggish. Since the restaurant is so crowded, you may have to wait for a table. But, the dinner was great!
If you’re going to the Sunday morning flea market in Monastiraki, this is a fantastic place to dine before or after.
Aristippou 1 (+30 21 0722 7065)
When my friends heard out I was going to Athens, they all recommended Orizontes, more for the scenery than the food.
Orizontes, located on the hill of Lycabettus, Athens’ highest point, offers breathtaking views of the city. You’ll enjoy your meal while sitting on their cliff-side patio.
The menu emphasizes Mediterranean cuisine, with a focus on seafood.
The wine selection includes Greek as well as foreign brands.
To get to the restaurant, use a cable car that leaves every thirty minutes from the intersection of Ploutarhiou and Aristippou streets in Kolonaki.
+30 21 1183 4789Keramikou 49, Athina 104 36Keramikou 49, Athina 104 36
High-end cuisine in a relaxed environment with costs that seem more than affordable drew me back to Seychelles more than once during my stay in Athens.
Dont let the name mislead you this isnt an exotic cuisine. The modest eatery offers traditional Greek cuisine and does them well. Be cautious not to overeat on the lovely fresh bread brought to the table; the amounts here are generous. You should retain your hunger!
The menu varies often based on what is in season, but I enjoyed the beef tongue meal I had on my first visit as well as the freshly grilled fish I had when I returned. If the summer salad with cheese appears on the menu when you come, make it your starter!
This famous restaurant fills up quickly, so make appointments. If you’re eating alone, request a seat at the bar.
+30 21 0323 9759Ermou 109
Teresa from Brogan Abroad recommended it.
When I visit someplace new, I usually taste the local cuisine. When I visitedAthensrecently, my objective was to make the most of my stay and indulge in delicioustraditional Greek meals.
Like I stated, this was my aim but then I started hearing about Mirch, an Indian restaurant that specialized in Indian souvlaki. This would be a massive no-no for purists, but I simply had to try it for myself. I’m so pleased I did!
Mirch serves a variety of traditional Indian cuisine, but the majority of visitors come for one thing: their Indian souvlaki. It’s labeled as a beginning on the menu, and it’s just $4 ($4.9 USD)! It has grown so popular that if you want to dine there, you must be prepared to wait. Most folks simply get it as a takeout.
I like a nice classic Greek souvlaki, but Mirch’s Indian rendition may be the greatest I’ve ever had.
Epicharmou 1 (+30 21 0324 6916)
This was one of my favorite destinations on my Athens walking food tour. We tried numerous tiny plates, and the food was so wonderful that I knew I wanted to come back.
The restaurant is tiny and intimate, with the atmosphere of a Greek grandmother’s dining room. The service is courteous, and the handmade wine was both inexpensive and amply poured.
One of my favorite meals is the simple but perfect salad in an edible bread bowl, which has juicy tomatoes, feta cheese, onions, and capers absorbed into the crusty bread, which you use to scoop up the salad before eating the bowl itself.
Then there’s the restaurant’s hallmark dish: meatballs in a red sauce so well-known that it’s simply referred to as THE sauce.
Aiolou 27 +30 21 0325 2335
Megsy of Food Fun Travel recommended it.
Go no farther than Manas Kouzina for a typical home-cooked supper in the center of Athens. Manas Kouzina, which means mothers kitchen, is centered on reproducing the owners childhood favorite cuisine.
The cuisine, which employs traditional culinary methods and locally obtained ingredients, may vary based on the season. This restaurant sources dishes from all throughout Greece, so you can anticipate handcrafted specialties from the islands to the cities and mountain villages, as well as the absolute best of Greece’s culinary legacy, all in one unique restaurant.
The dolmades are our top choices for must-try foods (vine leaves wrapped into little rolls and stuffed with rice and fresh herbs)
as well as their handmade mousakka (a greek version of lasagna often with eggplant).
Wash it down with some locally sourced wine, or maybe some raki or ouzo for the more daring drinkers.
+30 21 0324 4705 Mitropoleos
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Following a day of seeing the Plaka and Acropolis of Athens, O Thanasis, located just off Monastiraki Square, is a perfect location for a fast snack or a relaxing lunch. We stumbled into this amazing eatery specializing in Greek souvlaki, gyros, and kebabs.
Despite its central position, O Thanasis remains a popular destination for both visitors and residents. With their mouthwatering Greek souvlaki platters and delectable kebabs at extremely moderate pricing, it is certain to be busy at all times.
Our favorite meals were the lamb souvlaki and Greek salads with tzasiki and fiery chilies on the side. We visited here many times throughout our stay in Athens since the cuisine was so delicious. We enjoyed sitting on the outside area in front of the kitchen as masses passed by on their way into the Plaka. Wash down your dinner with some local ouzo, but be warned…it packs a punch!
Galaxy Bar & Restaurant
+30 21 0728 1402 Vasilis Sofias 46
Chrisoula of Travel Passionate recommended it.
The Galaxy Bar & Restaurant at the Hilton Hotel is one of the greatest restaurants in Athens for both visitors and residents.
The Galaxy Bar and Restaurant, located on the top floor of the five-starAthenianHotel in the city center, provides breathtaking views of the city, Lycabettus Hill, and the Acropolis. It is also one of the greatest places to see the sunset in town.
In the summer, dine under the stars on the restaurant’s large balcony while taking in the stunning views of Athens. You may dine inside during the winter and enjoy the same view via the floor to ceiling windows.