Prefecture of Thessaloniki Restaurants

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Prefecture of Thessaloniki Restaurants

  • Local cuisine

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    Thessaloniki Restaurants

    Nea Diagonios is a meat restaurant with special dishes gyros and soutzoukakia (BBQ meatballs). The service was really very good and the food is excellent. I tried Nea Diagonios salad with lettuce, greens, Italian cheese and pomegranate. For gold starters I chose tzatiki (very creamy) and eggplant salad. After one mouthwatering roast cheese came...

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    Thessaloniki Restaurants

    Don't go to the cafés that are right by the water in Plateia Aristotelou or even along the waterfront on Nikis. They're ridiculously overpriced given that the coffee they serve is usually not all that good. If you want something better, concentrate on the the cafés along Aristotelou that are closer to the Roman Agora, north of Tsimiski. The prices...

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    Thessaloniki Restaurants

    Dive in the pool, have a coffee or lunch, enjoy the multipurpose “Amadryas” establishment, within the bosom of the green Filyro Forest, a place coming out of your dreams. Relax by taking your swimming, and tasting your drink in the open-air bar or your meal, either traditional Greek or international style, offered by the experienced...

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  • Slumming in the marketplace

    Having a meal at Modiano market isn't for the faint-hearted. The stand-up places like Vomvidia (little bombs, named after the meatballs) and The Hunger Doctor (O yatros tis peinas) draw a lot of regulars, mainly men, who like to argue about politics and sing to the itinerant musicians while drinking retsina or tsipouro (a spirit like ouzo or...

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  • For Ouzo Lovers

    Thessaloniki is famous for its "ouzeri", i.e. ouzo restaurants, ouzo being a variation on what in France is called pastis - a clear spirit flavoured with aniseed. Originally ouzeris were places to drink shots of ouzo with strongly-flavoured small dishes such as grilled octopus, kefalotyri cheese, salted anchovies or olives. Now, however, they tend...

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