Summer is the perfect time to explore local restaurants in search of new cuisine and a great dining experience. It’s no secret that it’s difficult to find the perfect Greek restaurant to satisfy your chicken souvlaki cravings. The Main did some research to find the top Montreal Greek restaurants that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest Greek cuisine connoisseur.


Address; 88 Avenue Ball

This family-run Greek restaurant has an inviting atmosphere with 70’s inspired décor and a notable stuffed moose. With sizeable portions, you can expect mouth-watering food and tantalizing tastes that will keep you coming back for more.

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Address; 679 Rue Saint Roch

Tripolis is also an authentic family-run Greek restaurant. It has a warm, laid-back atmosphere from the sound of traditional Greek music in the background to the modest decorations. Their Greek salad is a must-try with Internet reviews raving about its perfect seasoning and delicious feta cheese.

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Le Jardin De Panos

Address; 521 Duluth East

Found on a street corner with blue shutters against a white building, Le Jardin De Panos is known for its distinct Mediterranean charm. It even has a beautiful garden terrace perfect for dining during a warm Montreal evening. This restaurant has a ‘bring your own wine and beer’ policy and, with a Depanneur across the street, it’s not hard to enjoy a relatively inexpensive Greek meal complete with wine.

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Yia Sou

Address; 5375 Chemin Queen Mary

Internet reviews all agree that this Greek restaurant has some of the best souvlaki around. Located in Snowdon, Yia Sou has lunch specials and a happy hour. If you don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your own home, this restaurant will deliver the food right to your door.

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Rotisserie Panama

Address; 789 Rue Jean-Talon Ouest

With modern Greek decor, Rotisserie Panama promises a traditional Greek dining experience. Popular for the quality of their grilled meat dishes, their grilled chicken and roasted lamb are some of their most highly praised specialities. This Greek restaurant is sure to give you a meal to remember.

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Philinos Restaurant and Bar

Address; 4806 Avenue du Parc

‘Philinos’ translates into “friends of wine”, so its no surprise this restaurant is most notable for its great selection of wine and other drinks. It has a cozy, inviting atmosphere with an outdoor terrace surrounded by vines. While it is a little bit on the pricier side, the quality of their food makes it well worth it.

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Address; 1818 Boulevard de la Cote-Vertu

Elounda is known for its wide range of seafood options, including calamari, crab, and a great selection of fish. This restaurant is more on the upscale side and is especially great for dinner parties, business meetings, and other occasions. They also offer catering and take-out services.

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Address; 362 Avenue Fairmount Ouest

Faros is also widely regarded for its impressive range of seafood. It’s website boasts that dining at Faros is like eating at a real Greek psarotaverna (fish tavern). Their fish selection includes Mediterranean porgy, black sea bass and artic char and they allow you to pay by the pound.

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Address; 5357 Park Avenue

Milo’s is a high-end restaurant known for its fresh seafood and imported ingredients. Almost every dish is made with its signature olive oil. This Greek restaurant is perfect for when you want to treat yourself to a fine dining experience and taste Greek food at its best.

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There is definitely not a lack of delicious and well-rounded Greek restaurants in the Montreal area. We are sure there is one on this list to satisfy your cravings and give you a good excuse for a fun dining-out experience (or even dining-in) this summer!

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