Before we begin with this delicious dish, it’s worth noting that Greece is popular for its olives and olive oil so you’ll them both being part of most of these dishes.
Taramasalata is an appetizer made from tarama, which is fish roe and is a very classic and delicious dip.
Tzatziki is another classic Greek dip which is used to accompany just about anything. It’s made with yogurt, cucumber, and garlic.
It’s popular for its strong taste.
It’s usually big grape leaves stuffed with rice among other things. Some of them even include minced meat making it great finger food.
Moussaka is one of the most popular Greek dishes across the world and it’s the most memorable for travelers who visit Greece.
It’s made with eggplants, potatoes and minced meat, topped with béchamel sauce! It’s very delicious and is best eaten warm.
Moussakas is popular but Gyros and Souvlaki are the king of Greek fast food.
Gyros meat can be both pork and chicken and is used as the stuffing of wrapped pita bread along with other tasty ingredients of the client’s choosing. It’s a very cheap and versatile dish and can be eaten wrapped or open as a ration.
With the Mediterranean climate and the Aegean and Ionian sea at its hills, Greece is well known for its seafood.
One of the most traditional is grilled sea bass or fried anchovies which can be savoured at seaside tavernas across the country.
Courgette balls, also known as zucchini balls are similar to meatballs but instead of meat, they’re made with zucchini, potato, and other spices.
It’s very delicious and is perfect as an appetizer. They’ll leave you wanting more.
As mentioned Greek seafood is some of the best in the world and grilled octopus is it’s signature dish.
Accompanied with oil and lemon, it’s a lovely dish to have while watching the sea.
Finally, we have pastitsio, the most popular traditional Greek dish.
Similar to moussaka it’s made with minced meat and béchamel sauce but the difference is that instead of eggplant, it has noodles.