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1. Rotisserie Panama789 rue Jean Talon O., Montreal
2. Philinos4806 Avenue du Parc, Montreal
3. Estiatorio Yia Sou5375 Queen Mary, Montreal
4. Le Jardin de Panos521 Duluth Est, Montreal
5. Souvlaki Village Grec654 rue Jean-Talon O, Montreal
6. Mythos Ouzeri5318 Avenue du Parc, Montreal
7. Marven's Restaurant880 Ave Ball, Montreal
8. Ikanos112 Mcgill St, Montreal
9. Namos228 Bernard , Montreal
10. Tripoli Restaurant679, rue Saint-Roch, Montreal
11. Ouzeri4690 Rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
Rotisserie Panama has been a mainstay restaurant in Parc-Ex (which used to be the main Greek neighborhood in Montreal) for many years, and the restaurant still maintains its reputation for being one of the best Greek food spots in the city. Two specialties of Rotisserie Panama are the slow-roasted lamb and the whole chicken, both of which are huge plates of succulent meat piled high for you to happily devour.
“Philinos” for those who aren't well versed in Greek means “friends of wine,” so it only makes sense that this Greek restaurant would have a pretty extensive wine list, with many Greek varieties featured. While the red and white stuff abound at Philinos, one can't forget the food, with the grilled octopus and saganaki being customer favourites.
If you're in need of good Greek food in Côte-des-Neiges, look no further than Estiatorio Yia Sou, located right by Snowdon Metro. Plenty of seating is available (with a terrace open in the summer) so many can enjoy its deliciously large portions and famous lamb souvlaki and gyros.
A mainstay on the cobblestone street of Duluth, Le Jardin de Panos was the first Greek BYOW in all of Montreal, and remains one of the best. Serving all the classic (and delicious) Greek dishes, with some modern additions thrown in, Le Jardin de Panos does Greek cuisine right, but it's the ambiance and atmosphere of this Greek restaurant that can't be ignored.
Kind of a hole in the wall, Village Grec looks a tad unassuming, but the rustic veneer is just the modest face of what may be the best place in Montreal to get a doner/gyro pita. Made with a mix of pork, lamb, and beef, Village Grec's pitas are what you need to order, but don't be afraid to try its giant main plates if you're feeling extra peckish.
Not just a restaurant, Mythos Ouzeri is something of a supper club, with a large bar area, DJ booth, stage, and dance floor. With its large space (and ouzo by the bottle), Mythos is amazing for large groups looking to party a bit after having a great Greek dinner, which you can enjoy even on the later side of the night, as the restaurant stays open well into the evening.
A meal at Marven's will get you huge portions of delicious Greek food at very affordable prices, which is hard to pass up. Renowned for its calamari (some say it's the best in the city), Marven's also makes a mean souvlaki, quail, and lamb chops, among many other dishes.
From the owners who brought you Plateau’s Tasso Bar à Mezze is this Old Montreal spot, which serves up Mediterranean seafood with a focus on Greek cuisine.
Looking for Greek or Mediterranean specialties? Well then head to Namos in Mile End where you can scarf Greek fare & local favorites made with the freshest ingredients and a tapas twist.
Simple, rustic, and straightforward in delicious flavours, Tripoli is everything you'd want in a classic Greek restaurant. You can tell everything is authentic when you hear the staff yelling at each other in Greek, a fact that's reaffirmed by the freshness of each dish.
Like the name would suggest, Ouzeri on St. Denis has a long list of wines and drinks with an upscale pub vibe to match. More high energy than a standard Greek restaurant, Ouzeri isn't just about the drinks, with its Beef Martini (a special beef stew, not a drink) being a must-eat, along with its moussaka.