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Greek Restaurants in Bournemouth

 Bournemouth's Greek restaurants are well worth a try

If you're looking for a buzzing seaside resort with something for everyone, Bournemouth is the ideal choice. With seven miles of stretching beaches, beautiful pastel Victorian houses, a fantastic town centre with great shops and fine dining, the city attracts everyone from young families through to sophisticated foodies. Visit the old pier, wander through the stretching Botanic gardens and enjoy an afternoon coffee in The Triangle. And, when hunger strikes, head to one of the Greek restaurants in Bournemouth for a delicious feast.

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Zorbas

Zorbas

Town Centre
Greek££££
4.9/641
Zorbas

Stefanos Greek Taverna

Parkstone
Greek££££
Stefanos Greek Taverna
Agora

Agora

Southsea
Greek££££
5.7/625
Agora
Blue island

Blue island

City Centre
Greek££££
5.8/626
Blue island
Steki Authentic Greek Cuisine - Portsmouth

Steki Authentic Greek Cuisine - Portsmouth

Portsmouth
Greek££££
5.7/66
Steki Authentic Greek Cuisine - Portsmouth
Artisan Meze Bar and Bistro

Artisan Meze Bar and Bistro

Town Centre
Greek££££
5.2/65
Artisan Meze Bar and Bistro

Santorini - Chichester

City Centre
Greek££££
5.3/617
Santorini - Chichester

The real greek

Shirley
Greek
The real greek

sulas greek taverna

St Denys
Greek
sulas greek taverna

The tramstop

Portswood
Greek
The tramstop
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    What food will you enjoy at Bournemouth's Greek restaurants?

    Bournemouth's Greek restaurants serve authentic and mouth-watering food, with menus filled with seasonal and local specialities. Feta and courgette-packed kolokithokeftedes are deep fried balls that make a perfect mezze starter and tomato fritters known as tomatokeftedes are wonderful smothered with homemade tzatziki. Try marinated souvlaki meat with chips and vegetables for a hearty main and perhaps a slice of nutty revani for dessert. The traditional coffee, ellinikos, is also well worth a try. Served in a traditional long-handled copper jug, it comes in three different styles: vari glyko tastes almost honey-like and is sweet and strong, metrios is of medium sweetness and sketos is sugar-free.
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    Greek restaurants in Bournemouth are great for a social occasion

    Greek cuisine is synonymous with social occasions, family time and parties. You'll find that many of the restaurants put on special nights with music and dancing, and you should be prepared for traditional plate smashing too at some of the restaurants in Bournemouth, which is a custom steeped in traditional folklore. One version of its history says that it began when a rich family hosted a meal for a far poorer family and smashed the plates to show that friendship vastly exceeded the value of their material goods. If you go for a night out or special occasion, you can also enjoy lavish set menus and delicious drinks, including the infamous Ouzo!
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    Enjoy a great night at Bournemouth's best Greek restaurants

    Zorbas is one of the most popular Greek restaurants in Bournemouth and garnered itself a loyal following of locals. Treat yourself to some meze to begin, such as stuffed vine leaves or chargrilled halloumi, before moving on to fresh seafood, spiced meatballs served with roasted Mediterranean vegetables or perhaps a large portion of moussaka with a Greek salad on the side. Book your table in advance to guarantee a delicious meal and a great night out and get prepared for a night to remember!