Thank you to Tassos for taking me on this incredible Greek food tour of Athens!
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Athens is a city that I’ve wanted to visit ever since learning so much about it during one of my Western Civilizations classes in High School. Finally, I had a chance to visit, not only for the amazing history, but mainly for the amazing Greek food!
In this video, I’m taking you on a one day, all out Greek food tour of Athens along with Tassos. We ate a combination of classic Greek street food snacks, and a few restaurants, including for dinner some of the best lamb chops I’ve ever had.
Here are all the restaurants and places included in this Greek food tour of Athens:
Dexameni Cafe – Our first stop was to drink Greek coffee in this small public square. A great environment, and the coffee was excellent.
Price – 1.80 EUR per cup
Kostarelos Deli – Tassos knows his Greek cheese and he says Kostarelos Deli has some of the best cheese in Athens.
Total price – 14.60 EUR
Mam – Mam is often considered the best Greek cheese pie in Athens, and it’s a perfect street food kind of place. Most people take-away, but they have a standing table as well. The classic Greek cheese pie was my favorite.
Total price – 4.80 EUR
Varvakios Market – This is the Athens central market for meat and seafood. It’s a beautiful market and any lover would enjoy walking around this amazing market.
Miran – Pastourma and Soutzouki – This is a really cool little deli in Athens where you can buy for takeaway or order whatever you see and sit at one of the tables to snack. They are known for their camel pastirma, and it was the best thing we tried – absolutely excellent.
Total price – 4.62 EUR
Bougatsopoleio Thessaloniki – Bougatsa is a famous Greek food pastry. We tried a couple versions, but the best for me was the minced meat filled bougatsa.
Total price – 15.50 EUR
Kostas Soulvaki – Souvlaki, also known as kalamaki is perhaps the best known of all Greek street food or Greek fast food, and Kostas is considered to be one of the best places to eat it in Athens. They grill pork, stuff it into Greek pita, top it with tomatoes, onions, and tomato sauce, and wrap it into a handheld treat. Amazing.
Price – 2.20 EUR per piece
Taverna To Trigono – For dinner, Tassos wanted to take us to one of his favorite restaurants in Athens, a little outside of the city in a place called Kalyvia Thorikou. This is a countryside meat paradise, and they served us some of the best lamb chops I’ve ever had in my life. An amazing meal to end an incredible day of Greek food in Athens.
Total price for everything – 99 EUR
Thank you for watching this Greek food tour of Athens!
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