10 Greek Restaurants in Oxford

Prepare for a feast at the Greek restaurants in Oxford

Known worldwide for its prestigious universities, Oxford is a beautiful city that offers far more than just academic history. A walking tour of the 38 ancient colleges is a must, but there's also a fascinating 1,000-year-old castle to explore, the beautiful River Cherwell, a covered market and a fantastic array of independent and big brand shops along with local plays, live music and comedy nights at The Bullingdon. Visit the Museum of Natural History, see where Alice in Wonderland was filmed and enjoy a lavish meal at one of the fine Greek restaurants in Oxford town centre. The dining scene here is well established and budding gastronomes can look forward to excellent food and superb service when they enjoy a meal out.

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Meli Deli

City Centre
Greek££££
Meli Deli

Greece Greek Taverna

City Centre
Greek££££
6.0/61
Greece Greek Taverna

Santorini - London

Bayswater
Greek££££
5.2/6360
Santorini - London
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Tsiakkos & Charcoal

Maida Vale
Greek££££
5.7/673
Tsiakkos & Charcoal

Alexander the Great

Camden Town
Greek££££
5.4/648
Alexander the Great

Blue island

City Centre
Greek££££
5.8/629
Blue island

Ketty's Taste of Cyprus

Caversham
Greek££££
4.8/628
Ketty's Taste of Cyprus

George's Fish & Souvlaki Bar

South Woodford
Greek££££
5.6/618
George's Fish & Souvlaki Bar

The Four Lanterns

Fitzrovia
Greek££££
4.9/630
The Four Lanterns

Karavas Greek Restaurant

Camden Town
Greek££££
5.3/612
Karavas Greek Restaurant
  1. 1.

    The Greek restaurants in Oxford suit all diners

    The large student population means that there are Greek restaurants in Oxford that offer excellent deals for more budget-friendly diners. Look out for lunchtime mezze specials, which combine a set menu of small dishes for an excellent price. Enjoy lamb souvlaki (skewers) with tzatziki and pitta bread fresh from the oven, or crispy fried calamari (squid rings) served with a fresh Greek salad, loaded with feta cheese, olives, oregano and lashings of flavoursome olive oil. For those seeking a more high-end dining experience, choose Oxford's Greek restaurants that offer a la carte dining and sharing platters packed with delicious imported delicacies such as cured meats, olives and dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with spiced rice and meat.)
  2. 2.

    Enjoy a special occasion at the Greek restaurants in Oxford

    Greek cuisine is synonymous with socialising and fun, and although the plate smashing custom is generally more associated with tourist venues, the Greek restaurants in Oxford are ideal for special occasions. The servers will go out of their way to ensure that you have a memorable visit, whether that's by decorating your table, surprising the lucky celebrant with a special dessert or offering a private booth or dining area for your group. Look for venues with their own bars so that you can enjoy drinks and cocktails at leisure, and ask about set menus which allow your group to share a sociable meal of mezze platters before moving on to moussaka and mixed grills!
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    Which of Oxford's Greek restaurants will tempt you most?

    Try the Meli Deli which is both a deli serving food to take away and a restaurant to dine in. It's one of Oxford's Greek restaurants that are always popular and the gigantes plaki , or giant butter beans served in herbed tomato sauce with vegetables, are well worth a try. Or try the Greek Taverna on Cowley Road which is renowned for its authentic food, warm atmosphere and family friendly feel. The spanikotiopita filo pastries, filled with feta, spinach, onions and dill are always popular with diners. As with all of the best Greek restaurants in Oxford however, it's well worth booking ahead to reserve your table.