7 Montreal Restaurants To Order From When All You Want Is An Authentic Greek Meal

A little bite of the Mediterranean!
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7 Montreal Restaurants To Order From When All You Want Is An Authentic Greek Meal

Whether or not Montrealers have been to Greece, Greek cuisine is a super popular choice when it comes to choosing a restaurant. And we can see why — It's totally delicious!

Even while we're in lockdown, we find ourselves craving Greek food. But not to worry, because the Montreal restaurant scene is coming to the rescue.

Montreal is filled with lots of amazing spots that are as diverse and unique as the Greek islands themselves.

Don't worry if you won't find yourself island hopping anytime soon. You can travel to one of the most beautiful and delicious places in the world from the comfort of home.

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Address: 5583, ave. du Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: One of Montreal's oldest Greek restaurants, this spot has been bringing a taste of the islands to the city for over 40 years.

Estiatorio Milos

Address: 5357, ave. du Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: An absolute staple when it comes to Greek food in Montreal, Milos is still serving delicious food even for takeout.

Mythos Ouzeri

Address: 5318, ave. du Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Known for its good vibes and fun atmosphere, Mythos still brings the atmosphere even when you get takeout/delivery.


Address: 362, ave. Fairmount O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Greek cuisine is filled with seafood and the go-to spot for some is definitely Faros.


Address: 1112, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This spot is like sitting seaside on a Greek island, with the warm sun against your skin and delicious good in your belly... and takeout is no different.

Lezvos West

Address: 4235, boul. Decarie, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Amazing food and totally authentic... what more could you want?


Address: 4806, ave. du Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: A Montreal favourite when it comes to Greek cuisine and for good reason.

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