Need to reserve a table in advance. They have been so clever to recreate a Greek atmosphere and the food is typical. The owners themselves are Greek. So if you want to have a nice experience you can't miss it.
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It's definitely my favourite Greek restaurant in Milan. Location is very cool (on Naviglio della Martesana): only note, is the difficulty to find the parking, but you just need some patience (and creativity). The restaurant it's very nice, simple but the colours, the noise and the smell are like if we were on a Greek island. Food is really good.... More
I went to this restaurant a few weeks ago on Greek Easter (aka Orthodox Easter) looking for something that would remind me of home. And man did I find it. First off the family that runs the restaurant are actually Greek- they speak Greek, the menu is written in both Greek and Italian, and best of all they cook Greek.... More
I lived in Milano for a year, and this was my favorite place to eat. I eat here every time I visit Milano, and recommend it highly to anyone. The staff were super friendly, and the owner was a great host.
I have to start by saying that I have never been to Greece, though I have studied the cuisine. First impact: a lovely place along the canal; an idyllic tract of Milan. Restaurants like this do much to revitalize the area. Inside, a nice, rustic-ish "ethnic" restaurant that is not trying too hard to seem so. Quaint but not annoyingly... More
The good - nice casual taverna atmosphere, friendly staff, English spoken at least by some staff (don't know if there's an English menu). House wine is decent, overall prices are reasonable - dinner for two including starters, and half liter of wine €50.50. The bad- nothing really bad, just that the main courses were good bit not exceptional. Decent portions,... More
This is a charming gem in the outskirts of Milan, easy to reach, it's 20 mins from Duomo getting off at Gorla M1 station. Go here if you want some great greek food and a nice atmosphere. I love the entrees and spanikopita it's just to die for. Meat lovers won't be disappointed either. Lovely and relaxing ambiance.
We were craving Greek food and this didn't let us down. All very nice, tucked away down a quiet lane but worth the cab fair. Limited drink selection but lovely food. Moussaka, Greek salad, baked fetta with honey and chicken Souvlaki was quiet good. Greek coffee excellent.
It's a good greek restaurant located near viale Monza, just in front of the Naviglio della Martesana, a small river, in a old Milan style frame. The restaurant inside is simple but nice, the atmosphere is mediterranean and very pleasant. The food is quite good and the price fair (approximately 30/35 euro per person for 2 dishes and wine). I... More
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