Greek food is colorful and fresh, with an array of flavours and spices that are delicious and oh so filling.
Here is a list of where to get the best of Greek cuisine, from gyros, kebabs, pitas, chicken souvlaki, flatbreads and more. From saganaki to lamb souvlaki, you’ll never go hungry at these unbelievable Toronto restaurants.
Check out the best Greek restaurants in Toronto below.
Athens Restaurant has been around since the late ’70s. This place serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean dishes. Their food is fresh, seasonal with local suppliers, including sharing plates with a full bar and coffee.
Fat Lamb Kouzina
This fast casual restaurant by Yonge and Bloor bumps takeout up to the net level. Serving up everything from a slow-roasted herb pork gyro to herb roasted leg of lamb, this joint is only open from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, so make sure to stop in on your lunch break.
Athens Pastries have been serving up authentic Greek street food since it opened on the Danforth in 1978. Offering up delicious dishes like spanikopita, tiropita, and other phyllo dough pastries. Athens Pastries is renowned in the city for their delicious honey balls, which are called loukoumathes.
Agora Greek Market & Cafe
Agora, which literally translates to “market,’ is the grab-and-go extension of Mamakas Tavern. Serving up ready-made meals, breakfast, pita, dips, and more, anything you buy at this spot is either made in the restaurant or imported from Greece.
This affordable but tasty spot serves up some of the best souvlaki and gyros in the city. Offering up everything from old school burgers to BBQ chickens, this homey Danforth restaurant is sure to become a regular spot for any East end Torontonian.
Pantheon Restaurant offers every Greek delicacy you can imagine From an extensive list of dips, including Taramosalata and Tirokafteri, to entrees like mousaka and a spanakotiropita dinner. You’ll never run out of new foods to try at this East end hot spot!
This tasty Ossington restaurant offers up laidback, yet sophisticated cuisine, ranging from extravagant appetizers like cured swordfish and goat tartare to tasty plates like tea brined chicken and grilled lamb chops.
This family restaurant offers up a variety of house dips, tasty souvlaki, and hearty saganaki. Renowned as one of the city’s favourite Greek restaurants, Mezes makes their food from scratch, delivering a homestyle experience for each and every visitor of the restaurant.
This financial district Greek restaurant is a more upscale experience, serving extravagent dishes like pistachio-crusted lamb and stuffed Cornish hen. You can also indulge in some Greek classics at Volos, from saganaki to lemon roasted potatoes.
Soula’s has got an old school feel to it, serving up tasty entrees right on the Danforth. The multi-level restaurant offers up some unbelievably tasty dishes to choose from, including vegetable moussaka, aioli lamb souvlaki, kakavia, tasting platters, and more!
Last, but not least, this Danforth restaurant has a comforting vibe with huge meals like fry-topped gyros and flaming saganaki. From the moment you walk in to the restaurant, you’ll be bombarded with traditional in-the-family, classic dinners. Make sure to check out Anestis Taverna for everything from grilled octopus to lamb souvlaki.