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As previously mentioned in one of the articles about Greek cuisine and how rich it is in flavours and colours, as well as mentioning how rich is the city of London when it comes to diversity and the huge amount of nationalities that you can find in this Metropolis.
Here you are going to find out about what Greek people could bring to London, by sharing the best of their gastronomy with anyone who visits the city, or for those Londoners that feel like eating something different.
Here are 3 of the best Greek restaurants in London:
- Karavas Restaurant: Karavas opened its doors back in 1978 in Camden serving authentic traditional Greek food. One of Karavas Restaurant goals is to make you enjoy the pleasant atmosphere, take you in a quick trip to Greece to taste the best dishes this beautiful country offers and to make you forget for a while that you are in one of the busiest areas of London. At Karavas Restaurant they are very proud of what they serve, and they want to share it with you.
- Opso Restaurant: This modern and elegant restaurant is the perfect place for those who have a great passion for the modern cuisine and the traditional cuisine, however, here you can enjoy both concepts in the same place. At Opso Restaurant they are greatly skilled, that they created modern Greek dishes that are inspired by traditional and contemporary Greek recipes, using ingredients supplied directly from Greece. Those skills together with their love for the Greek cuisine and the warm environment of the place, made them get a Michelin award in 2020.
- Mazi Restaurant: If you are a luxury seeker, then Mazi is the best place for you. Mazi means together in Greek, and their challenge is to show to the rest of the world how they are able to create delicious, rich and succulent Greek food, by being innovated and using the best and precious of the Greek ingredients. Their respect for the traditional grandma’s recipes and the identity of the cuisine they serve, as well as the ability and the skills they have to create modern masterpieces, makes them be very proud of themselves.
Have you been to any of these restaurants before?
Greek cuisine is the cuisine of Greece and the Greek diaspora. In common with many other cuisines of the Mediterranean, it is founded on the triad of wheat, olive oil, and wine. It uses vegetables, olive oil, grains, fish, and meat, including pork, poultry, veal and beef, lamb, rabbit, and goat.
If you have never tried Greek cuisine before, you should definitely give it a try!
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The woman behind TheGastroMagazine, chief editor, food lover, polyglot, aviator and a globetrotter. Emma enjoys Moroccan, Spanish, Italian, Greek and Caribbean food a lot. Cheese & chocolate are her biggest addictions. However, she is really considering becoming Vegan one day.