7 Greek Restaurants in Ireland

7 Greek Restaurants in Ireland

Do you want to escape the gloomy Irish weather? Do you want to eat something that reminds you of sunshine, warm weather and the Mediterranean Sea? Try one of the 7 Greek Restaurants that Babylon found scattered all over the island of Ireland.

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Yeeros is a Greek Souvlaki Bar serving fresh gyros with flame-grilled meats and Mediterranean inspired fillings. You can also order your food online and get it delivered to your home and if you order through their website or app, you can get a 10% discount. Check out their menu here.
Opening Hours: Everyday 12am-11pm
Price: €

19 Prospect Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
Tel.: +353 (0)1 538 7002
Web: www.yeeros.ie

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Corfu is a hidden gem situated close to Temple Bar. There, the friendly staff serves you some of the finest Greek cuisine to reasonable prices. You can choose from a wide range of starters and then try some of delicious traditonally Greek main courses like Mousaka, Bifteki or Souvlaki. They posess a wide range of vegetarian options and Greek wines as well. Check out their menu on their website.
Opening Hours: Everyday 12.30pm-11pm
Price: €€€

12 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Tel.: +353 (0)1 675 0050
Web: www.corfugreekrestaurant.ie

Nosta, Mediterranean Restaurantnosta

Nosta is more of a general mediterranean restaurant than explicitly Greek. It offers a mixture between Turkish and Greek cuisine. Everything is homemade, from the tzatziki, cheese rolls and aubergine salads to the mixed grill plates and steaks. A special aspect of the restaurant is its open kitchen which allows you to watch the staff prepare the food. Check out their menu here.
Opening Hours: 12pm-10pm; Fri+Sat. 12pm-11pm
Price: €€

4 Malborough Street, Centre, Cork
Tel.: +353 (0)21 494 9724
Web: www.nosta.ie

Cape Greko – Greek & Cypriot Restaurantcape greko

Cape Greko’s menu is taking influences from different regions of Greece and Cyprus, the country of origin of owner Demetris Pieri. It is named after the beautiful Cape Greko peninsula in Cyprus and takes inspiration from the area in an attempt to recreate the cape’s beauty and simplicity through its food and atmosphere. The restaurant has a wonderful view of the marina. Check out their menu here.
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri. 5pm-11pm; Sat. 12.30pm-12am; Sun. 12.30pm-10pm
Price: €€€

Unit 1, First Floor, New Street, Malahide, County Dublin
Tel.: +353 (0)1 845 6288
Web: www.capegreko.ie

Mykonos Tavernamykonos taverna

Fully Greek owned and managed, Mykonos Taverna offers appetizing traditional Greek food. They offer hearty stews, warming soups and full dishes using only fresh ingredients. The restaurant also has a space for celebrations like weddings or birthday parties with up to 50 guests. Check out their menu here.
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu. 12pm-10pm; Fri+Sat. 12pm-11pm
Price: €€

76 Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Tel.: +353 (0)1 561 3745
Web: mykonosdublin.com

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Dollakis has been open since May 2008. In five short years the restaurant has won four Irish Restaurant Awards for the best casual dining restaurant and for the best customer service. It has gained a reputation for its friendly, relaxed atmosphere coupled with great Greek food. It is a good place to visit with either your friends or family.
Opening Hours: Tue-Thu. 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat. 11am-11pm; Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
Price: €€

2 Cross Street, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland
Tel.: +44 (0)28 6634 2616
Web: www.dollakis.com

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El Greco is a well established family restaurant in Castlederg. It offers a great number of other Mediterranean dishes next to their regular Greek ones, like a number of currys and pizzas. They posess a catering service for smaller functions. You can also order your food for takeout.
Opening Hours: Wed-Sun. 12.30pm-10pm; Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
Price: €€

1 John Street, Castlederg, Northern Ireland
Tel.: +44 (0)28 8167 1553
Web: www.facebook.com/El-Greco-Castlederg/


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