Heavy, tasty and most reasonably priced. We have put together for you the best Greek restaurants in Frankfurt.
Want to taste Greek food again? Gyros, tzatziki on flatbread, souflaki, moussaka and Co. – the culinary jewels of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine are true classics. But where does the Greek food taste best? In addition to delicious, Mediterranean delicacies, the following restaurants also have a distinctive ambience that will make any person feel sick. And if you are planning to visit the beautiful Germany then don’t wait and reserve flights to Germany at the lowest cost now. We present here the favourites of the Greek restaurants in Frankfurt.
In a small Niederräder Gässlein is the best Greek restaurant in Frankfurt: Alexis Sorbas. Livered waiters rush bustling from table to table. There are innovative dishes based on classic Greek cuisine, but go far beyond Gyros, Souvlaki & Co. We will serve as a starter a triad of fried scallop, shrimp and baby calamari accompanied by bulgur with pomegranate. The dish is excellent in flavour, the seafood is cooked to the point and with 9 euros, and this delicacy is very fair prizes. The main dishes come from the sea: The grilled octopus (22.50 euros) pleases thanks to its excellent consistency, is subtle, but powerfully flavoured
Old appetizers are presented at the table (3.20 Euro per serving). We have already decided for the mixed cold and warm plate for two (18.90 Euro). Then: Saganaki (breaded sheep’s cheese), artichoke hearts and more – all fresh and excellent. Even grape leaves (loose filled, with a light pine aroma) make fun here. Staggering are also grilled octopus (19.50 Euro) and a whole grilled sea bream (15, 50 Euro). The octopus is super delicate, the bream perfectly spicy and juicy. There is also light vegetable rice with a hint of butter and lemon and steamed broccoli. During our dinner we get Ouzo served twice – “Because you’re with the Greeks,” says the friendly waitress. Great evening, great shop
Highly recommended are the appetizers, which are offered in large quantities and also gladly made into a main course together. For example, a portion of fresh Tsatsiki (3 euros), Pantzarosalata (beetroot cream 3 euros) and the excellent, spicy Keftedakia (meatballs 4 euros). Who has not had enough, ordered fish or meat (but vegetarians will find something). We were very successful in our visit, the lamb chops with vegetables-side dish (19, 50 Euro) – generously portioned, tasty flavored – and the fish plate (18,50 Euro) with Doraden-fillets, baby-calamares, shrimps and sardines, also from cooked Accompanied vegetables. Attentive service.
The Dorade is less about traditional Greek cuisine than about fish. First of all, we first apply a Greek farmer salad (8.90 Euro) – which inspires us: fresh, simply good. The grilled whole Dorade (18.50 Euro) afterwards is juicy, just spiced correctly and melts on the tongue. The same applies to the grilled octopus. Unfortunately, the side dishes – creamy rice, potatoes and vegetables – fall off a bit
The Nibelungenschänke shines with a beautiful garden. The interior is on the other hand comparatively tedious. The prices are rather upscale. The menu knows how to please with innovative creations. Recommended are baby calamaris (17.50 euros) or summer lamb (19.50 euros) in yoghurt caper sauce.
This article is written by M Taha Khan. He is a professional blogger and content writer who writes for different blogs as a guest author. He is a passionate traveller, football lover and a digital marketing executive.