Where to Eat

Hungry Donkey


The restaurant is focused on promoting Greek produce, wines and craft beers, and the menu is reasonably priced. On it you will find imported ingredients such as freshly picked greens from the fields in the Peloponnese, bio-dynamic olives, Greek wines and pita bread made in Greece.

Hungry Donkey, 56 Wentworth Street, E1 7AL

The Life Goddess


They import Greek cheese, meats and vegetables and stock over 80 Greek wines. George describes the food as very traditional, with a lunch menu consisting of dishes like stuffed aubergines — one of the most popular on the menu.

The Life Goddess, 1 Kingly Street, W1B 5PW

The Greek Larder


For us, The Greek Larder leads the way for Greek food in London, with their fresh take on a cuisine that has become a little stale in the minds of Londoners. Theodore also hosts a Greek wine festival each year, in October.

The Greek Larder, ArtHouse, 1 York Way, N1C 4AS

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