Greek Restaurants in Notting Hill
1. Tavernaki Greek restaurant in Notting Hill 222 Portobello Road - W11
A “delightful neighbourhood Greek restaurant, where real Greeks eat!” opened two years ago in Portobello by chef Harris Mavropoulos, with a straightforward menu of classic taverna dishes. It’s a cosy place, with a downstairs bar, ‘Mykonos’.
2. Mazi Greek restaurant in Notting Hill 12-14 Hillgate St - W8
“The most delicious deconstructed Greek food” has earned this “buzzy” modern take on the taverna, tucked away near Notting Hill Gate station, an enviable reputation over the past 10 years. “I could just feast on their dip jars and the cheese pie”. Top Tip – for the full Aegean summer atmosphere, “the outdoor courtyard is great”.
3. Suzi Tros Greek restaurant in Kensington and Chelsea 18 Hillgate Street - W8
“Delicious food served in a relaxed and, at times, noisy ambience” earns consistent praise for this Notting HIll three-year-old which focuses on the cuisine of Thessalonica and northern Greece. It’s a “more casual” spin-off from Adrien Carre and Christina Mouratoglou’s Mazi nearby, and is named after a classic Greek film that has come to symbolise the good life and eating well.
4. Zephyr Greek restaurant in Kensington and Chelsea 100 Portobello Road - W11
In Notting HIll, this summer 2022 newcomer from Pachamama Group occupies a sizable 3,000 sq ft site. A restaurant and late-night cocktail bar, it aims to apply the bold flavours of Asian cuisine to a Greek-inspired formula… that’s a new one on us.
5. Vori Greek restaurant in Holland Park 120 Holland Park Avenue - W11
Restaurateur Markos Tsimikalis has closed his Shoreditch Greek restaurant, Hungry Donkey, to open here in Holland Park. Food and drink offerings are based around grapes, grains and olives.
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