Top 24 Greek restaurants in Sydney 2023

Steki Taverna


Greek food served in our Authentic Greek Restaurant, for some great Greek Cuisine and experience, visit Steki Taverna.

Stix And Pita


"Owners Jim and Elvis put their heart and soul into recreating the food of their homeland and it shows—even the chips come heaped with herbs and spices and feta or kefalograviera cheese. It’s restaurant-quality Greek food at takeaway prices and will have you coming back again and again."

The Apollo

Potts Point

"The modern taverna is big on flavour and does traditional Greek specialties that don't need fussing with, like charcoal chicken and oven-baked lamb with plenty of Greek yoghurt, with lots of simple but satisfying sides to craft your perfect meal; the bubbling saganaki cheese with honey and oregano has become one of Sydney's most beloved dishes.  

Cocktails use Greek sips like ouzo, mastiha and Metaxa for twists on classic combos, and the set menus make The Apollo a great Greek restaurant for feeding a larger group"

Norma's Deli


"For breakfast, order up spanakopita, Greek baked eggs, fresh croissants with classic condiments like Chantilly cream or mandarin marmalade, or a sweet bougatsa pastry dusted in cinnamon and icing sugar. For lunch, kick off with warm marinated olives and a fresh baguette before hitting up pork souvlaki, moussaka, Norma's rotisserie chicken, 12-hour braised lamb shoulder and makarounes aglio e olio, and take home a coffee and Greek dessert for later."​

Stix And Pita


"Owners Jim and Elvis put their heart and soul into recreating the food of their homeland and it shows—even the chips come heaped with herbs and spices and feta or kefalograviera cheese. It’s restaurant-quality Greek food at takeaway prices and will have you coming back again and again."

Kazzi Beach Greek

Balmoral and Manly

"Taking inspiration from the island of Kastellorizo, these Greek restaurants showcase a certain type of Hellenic cuisine affectionately known as Beach Greek—the very kind of street-style Mediterranean offerings found along the blue shores of the Aegean.

Starring on the menu is everything from mezze winners like grilled octopus and chargrilled prawns to tender meats fresh from the spit"

Ikaria Bondi


"Serving taramasalata topped with finger lime, crumpets topped with tuna and nduja, oven-baked lamb shoulder, and fried calamari.

The cocktail list goes strong with the classics but it's Ikaria's originals that shine the best with a Baklava Fizz, Hellenic Calling, Aegean Spritz, and a Blue Zone Margarita."


The Rocks

"Top picks on this high-end Greek restaurant's menu include reinterpretations of regional dishes like kataifi tart with whipped feta, pastourmas, and candied eggplant, Abrolhos octopus with carob, taramosalata and caper shoots, and kingfish omos with boukovo, lemon, oregano, and olive oil.

A range of Cretan and Cypriot wines are on the list, further connecting diners with these seaside locales. "



"Koutouki is an old-school Greek restaurant that highlights the best of the Greek dining experience. These guys are like a culinary embassy dealing exclusively in good times that will instantly transport you to memories of holidays past.

The food is traditional and authentic with tasty morsels like lahanodolmades stuffed with spicy onions, beef mince, parsley, and dill, and the home-cooked veggie moussaka oozing with bechamel sauce. Friday or Saturday night is the time to go as it’s a full-on celebration with live Greek music until late, and plenty of ouzo on the cards."



"After a stunning multi-million dollar glow-up, Alpha is one of Sydney's best spots for Greek food in a relaxed but elevated setting.

The food line-up is a stellar creation from executive chef and Greek culinary pioneer Peter Conistis, with hero dishes like the scallop moussaka, slow-roasted lamb, and Alpha spanakopita joined by fresh and grilled starters from the flaming Josper oven, and must-order desserts like the portokalopita orange cake with kumquat filo cannoli and orange blossom gelato."


Beverley Hills and Rouse Hill

"Eat GRK embraces traditional Greek techniques of cooking meats over charcoal to stuff into pita wraps, and meat plates. We want to kiss the genius who came up with halloumi chips, combining two of the best things this world has to offer: cheese and deep-frying.

Finish off with the loukoumades soaked in honey syrup, sprinkled with malt biscuit, and drizzled in Nutella."

Meet The Greek

Brighton Le Sands

"The Mougios family has owned a bunch of restaurants in the Brighton Le Sands area for over 30 years, and Meet The Greek is their iconic iteration of a warm and friendly Greek restaurant that provides top quality, village-style food.

Sink your mitts into a selection of house-made dips served with fesh pita, an array of breads and cheeses including feta slabs, village 'karvelli' bread, saganaki, and feta filo parcels, and prime cuts of lamb and pork souvla, all marinated in a combo of Meet The Greek's special herb mix for 24 hours. 

The menu here is massive, with a serious dessert selection to finish on—so we recommend bringing a big crew so you can try it all."

Medusa Greek Taverna


"For many, Medusa Greek Taverna is the go-to Greek restaurant in Sydney, with Santorini vibes aplenty. Owner Peter Koutsopoulos is a legend in the Greek food scene, with over 35 years in the game and five restaurants under his belt.

It’s the one-stop shop for post-work dining and long business lunches—but Medusa is well priced and has something for everyone. The prawns sautéed in thick tomato sauce and served with charred pita are a must try."

Zeus Street Greek

Various locations (11 different locations)

"Various LocationsZeus Street Greek has about 11 outlets across the Sydney region, and it’s exactly what you want when looking for fresh, zesty lunch-time fillers and they specialise in delicious wraps and bowls.

The Spartan bowls draw inspo from the diet of the legendary warriors,their Keto bowls are perfect for cutting out the carbs, and the Nutella loukoumades are a necessary add-on. It’s quick, easy, and satisfying Greek food."

Nieo’s Grille

Earlwood and Ramsgate

"Nieo’s blends the hallowed Greek charcoal chicken shop and American diner to create something unique and delicious.

Founders Theo Georgoulopoulos and Nick Xenofos are hospo veterans with years of experience working the rotisseries, so you're in for a flavour-packed experience, whether you opt for the flattened Greek-style chicken or some cheeky Buffalo wings

Alpha Restaurant

Sydney City

Located in the heart of Sydney, Alpha Restaurant offers a contemporary take on Greek cuisine with a stylish ambiance.

The Apollo:

Potts Point

This popular restaurant in Potts Point is known for its modern Greek dishes and a vibrant atmosphere.​

Glebe Point Diner


While not exclusively a Greek restaurant, it offers Mediterranean-inspired dishes, including Greek favorites. It's situated in Glebe and offers a relaxed dining experience.

Hellenic Republic


Hellenic Republic is known for its authentic Greek flavors and warm hospitality.


Star Sydney

Xanthi offers a fine dining experience with a focus on modern Greek cuisine

Kefi Greek Tavern


Serves up classic Greek dishes in a cozy setting.

Mezes Greek Grill

Crows Nest

Mezes Greek Grill in Crows Nest is a popular spot for souvlaki and other Greek dishes in a casual atmosphere.

Yiannis Taverna


Yiannis Taverna is a go-to for those seeking traditional Greek food, live music, and dancing.



Ouzeri is known for its Greek meze and seafood dishes, creating a lively and authentic Greek dining experience



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