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Greek Restaurants in London

Greek Restaurants in London: Souvlaki in City

London is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the entire world, making it a hotspot for some of the best cuisines on earth. London is a foodie paradise, an Eden for immigrants. Following World War II, large numbers of Greek-speaking immigrants moved to London, settling all over the city. In addition to their language and culture, these new settlers brought along their delicious cuisine, quickly making the newly established Greek restaurants in London enormously popular. These small Greek eateries became beloved not only by the immigrant community, but also amongst city dwellers across the ethnic spectrum, allowing London Greek restaurants to thrive.

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Santorini - London

Santorini - London

Bayswater
Greek££££
5.2/6285
Tsiakkos & Charcoal

Tsiakkos & Charcoal

Maida Vale
Greek££££
5.5/641
Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Camden Town
Greek££££
5.4/636
George's Fish & Souvlaki Bar

George's Fish & Souvlaki Bar

South Woodford
Greek££££
5.7/611
The Four Lanterns

The Four Lanterns

Fitzrovia
Greek££££
5.1/624
Fantasia Palace

Fantasia Palace

Paddington
Greek££££
5.0/63
Karavas Greek Restaurant

Karavas Greek Restaurant

Camden Town
Greek££££
5.0/61
It's All Greek To Me

It's All Greek To Me

Paddington
Greek££££
4.8/64
Anastasias Greek Restaurant

Anastasias Greek Restaurant

St Michaels
Greek££££
5.1/640
Apollo

Apollo

Finsbury Park
Greek££££
5.9/68
Andy's Taverna

Andy's Taverna

Camden Town
Greek££££
5.2/621
Bellenie's Osteria

Bellenie's Osteria

Hayes
Greek££££
5.8/612
Genzo Restaurant

Genzo Restaurant

Finchley
Greek££££
4.8/65
Retsina

Retsina

West Hampstead
Greek££££
5.0/61

Andreas Restaurant

Fitzrovia
Greek
Pure Cyprus

Pure Cyprus

Finsbury Park
Greek££££

Suvlaki

Soho
Greek

The Elysee

Fitzrovia
Greek

Andreas

Fitzrovia
Greek
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    Greek Restaurants in London: Palmers Green Goes Greek

    Though Greek restaurants are spread across London, many of the best are located in Palmers Green. Home to the largest Greek Cypriot community in the entire world outside of Cyprus itself, this region is chock-full of excellent Greek businesses. Along the high street of Palmers Green, Green Lanes, are many great eateries to choose from. In the surrounding areas, you can decide between having breakfast in traditional Greek bakeries and eating lunch in one of the many cafes. Enjoy your favourite Mediterranean specialties in style at one of the chic, upscale Greek eateries and treat yourself to one of the world’s best cuisines.
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    Greek Restaurants in London: Fresh Philosophy

    Greek cuisine is well known for its liberal use of fresh herbs like thyme, oregano and mint – its freshness in general – and the use of high-quality, extra-virgin olive oil – omnipresent in Greek cuisine’s traditional dishes. Using meats such as lamb, goat, and fish, Greek food is hearty and delicious. Vegetarians have many options when eating at Greek restaurants in London, owing to the cuisine’s frequent usage of lentils, eggplant, grains, legumes and a number of tasty grilled vegetables. In addition to the beloved pita bread, Greek cuisine offers diners delicious bread specialties like Eliopsomo, a bread made with olives, or Lagana, a traditional flatbread.
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    Greek Restaurants in London: Smashed Plates & Quandoo

    Where to have that perfect date? Where to get married and smash a plate? If you want to go Greek style, let Quandoo help you with your planning and reservation. Browse through the London’s best Greek restaurants, narrowing down your results depending on your desired price range and location. Book your tables online in some of the best Greek restaurants in London, and begin earning loyalty points that you can use towards a voucher for use in one of your favourite local eateries – which may very well be a London Greek restaurant. Be sure to reserve your table in advance – Greek restaurants in London are popular.