Open Time : 12:00 pm to 12:00 am

Entry : free

Address : Strofi Athenian Restaurant, Rovertou Galli, Athens, Greece

Website :

Phone : +30 21 0921 4130

Why to visit Strofi

Strofi, one of Athens' greatest eateries, is located directly beneath the Acropolis, which is the most extensive ancient Greek landmark still standing today, as per UNESCO World Heritage. Strofi has established itself as a landmark eatery in Athens, with its great traditional Mediterranean cuisine, charming atmosphere, and breathtaking outlook. Celebrities have stopped over for a quiet supper following a performance at Herodes Atticus Theatre. Savor the goat with gruyère, fresh tomatoes, and potatoes as an entrée, or the lamb wrapped in grapevine leaves with feta cheese and gruyère and served with steamed veggies and potatoes.

The restaurant is located near the city centre of Athens and serves classic Greek cuisine at affordable costs. This restaurant has an indoor space with white wainscoting and clean decor, as well as an outdoor rooftop terrace with white wicker chairs for a light, summery feel.

On three levels, the recently renovated and attractively adorned venue is a fantastic choice for savoring local dishes and excellent wines. To name a few, there's octopus with oil and oregano, fried squid, delicate goat with tomatoes and gruyere, risotto with lobster, Greek salad, and don't forget the syrup ekmek cake with vanilla ice cream.

Special Tip

They have a famous dish called Greek Moussaka, which is a creamy tomato meat sauce stacked with eggplant instead of spaghetti sheets and finished with a thick coating of béchamel sauce. This classical Greek recipe takes some time to put together, but it's well worth it!

By Mehrosh Shamim

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