Our team loves Greek food just as much as you do which is why we are going to share all of our favourite Greek restaurants in Bermondsey with you today!

The Real Greek Bankside

When making a list of the best Greek restaurants in Bermondsey we have to feature The Real Greek – definitely one of our favourite places in the area that offer delicious food. The interior is also very beautiful and the overall experience of visiting this restaurant is excellent!

When it comes to their staters, we highly recommend the Spicy Feta Dip (feta cheese, roasted peppers, chilli), the Tzatziki (yoghurt, cucumber, gherkin, garlic), the Green Pea Fava (mashed green peas dip with lemon, spring onions, tomato), the Spinach Tiropitakia (pastry with leek, spinach, feta cheese), and the Fried Kalamari (squid rings, served with lemon mayo).

Does it sound delicious? Well, it only gets better with their main dishes. We love the Souvlaki Wraps which have chips, tomatoes, onions, and protein of your choice. For example, with Pork Skewer and tzatziki, Chicken, Lamb Meatballs, or even Falafel.

For dessert, we love the Greek Filo Custard Pie as well as the Baklava!

Address: Riverside House, Units 1&2, 2A Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 9HA

 

Gourmet Goat

Next place is Gourmet Goat which offers delicious Greek and Cypriot street food that you are going to fall in love with!

Start off with Halloumi Fries and a marinated chicken salad (with tzatziki, oregano, and chickpeas).

The star of the show is, of course, their wraps. They offer a Marinated Chicken wrap which has chicken, tzatziki, cucumber, lettuce, tomato, red onion, a Slow Roast Veal Wrap (with special smoky sauce and slaw), a Halloumi Wrap (with grilled halloumi, smoky sauce, slaw), and even a Vegan wrap with hummus, beetroot slaw, pickles.

Address: Rochester Walk, London SE1 9AF

 

Smashing Plates London Bridge

Another place that offers Greek street food is Smashing Plates – and we must say that this will easily become your new favourite spot for Greek food! You can decide between gyros and souvlaki wraps then pick the base, the protein, the sauce, and the toppings.

If you are craving gyros then you can choose between traditional pitta bread (that is homemade) or a salad if you don’t want to eat bread. Gyros come with red onions, tomato, lettuce, parsley, and fries. You can choose between three sauces – Tzatziki, a Sweet vegan mayo, or a Smoked Aubergine dip. Protein includes chicken and pork.

If you want a souvlaki wrap, the process is the same, however, they have more options for the protein – including lamb and beef or Halloumi.

We highly recommend getting Fries with feta cheese on them on the side as well as ordering a Greek salad!

Address: Unit 55, Bridge Station, 59 St Thomas St, London SE1 3QX

 

Tooleys

Last on our list is Tooleys – a new Greek restaurant that opened a few months ago that we highly recommend you visit. The food is fantastic, the service is excellent, and the ingredients that they use are always fresh. We consider this place a hidden gem since it’s not yet popular.

We always start off with their Kalamari (served with lemon garlic aioli), the Halloumi Popcorn (with special sauce), a Cauliflower rice Salad (cauliflower rice, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onion, olives, vinaigrette), or a Greek salad (with feta cheese, cucumbers, tomato, red onion, pepper, olives, oregano).

For main dish, we usually go for the wraps – the Pork BBQ (grilled pork, pickled onions, slaw, truffle sauce, BBQ sauce, oregano fries) and the Honey Chicken (grilled chicken, fresh tomato, pickled onion, lettuce, feta cheese, honey mustard sauce, oregano fries) are our favourites!

Address: 104 Tooley St, London SE1 2TH