Below is a list of the top and leading Greek Restaurants in Sydney. To help you find the best Greek Restaurants located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Sydney’s Best Greek Restaurants:
The top rated Greek Restaurants in Sydney are:
- Medusa Greek Taverna
- Alpha Restaurant
- Diethnes Greek Restaurant
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Medusa Greek Taverna
Medusa Greek Taverna – The story of Medusa begins in the sun soaked hills of Greece where traditional family recipes and farm fresh ingredients were combined with his family’s love of traditional Greek cooking to bring the family together. This was the foundation that helped Peter Koutsopoulos build his dream of bringing the traditions of Greek cuisine to the world.
Taramosalata, Fava, Tzatziki, Taramokeftethes, Dolmades, Spanakopita, Tilihti Fetta Me Meli, Halloumi, Octapodi Tis Skaras, Kalamari, Garithes Saganaki, Souzoukakia, Mezze Plate, Medusa Greek Salad, Roca Salata, Breads, Sides
“They fitted us in early without a booking and fed us the most amazing food. Highly recommended. We were out in quick time to see a show. I want to come back to check out the rest of the menu.” -Brigid Evans
Alpha Restaurant – Greek cooking has always been synonymous with generosity, hospitality and shared feasts, which is what Alpha Restaurant is all about.
Their menu, by acclaimed chef Peter Conistis, nods to both traditional and contemporary Greek cooking. Here you’ll find touches of the culinary creativity for which he is renowned together with a host of rustic, seasonal dishes, many of which are cooked in their wood-fired oven.
The restaurant occupies a historic Victorian building in the heart of the CBD, which is also home to the Hellenic Club. The club’s Elizabeth Street venue opened in the late 1950s as a meeting place for migrants, shopkeepers and businesses and a centre of Greek culture.
Pita Bread, Marinated Greek & Local Olives, Three Roe Taramosalata, Kopanisti, Melitzanosalata, Pastourmas, Ouzo Cured Ocean Trout, Baked Barrel Aged Feta, Grilled King Prawns, Tomato Roasted Octopus, Grilled Lamb Forequarter Chops, Baby Snapper, Free Range Chicken Kapama
“I had a great time at Alpha. It wasn’t my idea to go there, but I’m glad it was forced out to me. All the people there were very nice; I got an outside spot that night, which I prefer. There even was a funny unscripted skit before involving two people eating a cupcake in one bite. Highly recommend Alpha.” -Michael M
Diethnes Greek Restaurant
Diethnes Greek Restaurant – Since 1952, this family’s restaurant ‘Diethnes’ has upheld the prestigious reputation of providing the finest traditional Greek dining in Sydney.
Over the decades they have maintained and honed their original recipes to ensure that every meal is unique in both authenticity and perfection. At ‘Diethnes ‘ they have more to share with you than their esteemed selection of food, however. The ‘Diethnes experience’ involves truly immersing yourself in the warm, homily, Greek atmosphere of their restaurant.
Bread, Oysters Sydney Rock, Thallasalina Seafood, Beer Battered Flathead Fillets, Fanfried Calamari, Prawn Cutlets, Grilled Octopus, Prawn Saganaki
“Just finished a beautiful night at Diethnes! The food was so incredibly delicious and just kept coming. There was a dairy free person and a vegetarian person in our group and Diethnes went out of their way to provide them with delicious options. This family owned business is outstanding! Great food and atmosphere. Lovely to meet the owners.” –