We love Greek cuisine – and we know that most of our readers enjoy it as well which is why we decided to gather our favourite Greek restaurants in Enfield and share them with you in this list – so you know where to go next for lunch or dinner!
Top 5 Greek Restaurants In Enfield According To Our Team
First on our list is Vlamis – a nice little family-run Greek restaurant offering delicious traditional food! The prices are affordable, the portions are big, and the staff is super friendly – what more can you ask for in a good restaurant?
The menu is focused on Greek street food so you will find a lot of souvlaki pitta wraps and grilled meat. We honestly love everyone on their menu and we think that it’s all very tasty since we have been going there quite often the past two years or so. Choose the pitta wrap depending on your preferences – some of them are filled with grilled meat and some of them are filled with vegetables perfect for vegans and vegetarians!
Also, don’t forget to try out their salads – especially the Greek salad (Tomatoes, Cucumber, Green Pepper, Olive, Feta cheese, Olive oil, Oregano) and the Halloumi Salad!
Address: 2 Southbury Rd, Enfield EN1 1RT
The next restaurant on our list is Babinondas – one of the best Greek places in Enfield in our opinion. The interior is incredible, the staff is friendly, the food is tasty and always prepared from fresh ingredients, and there is even a covered outdoor terrace!
We always start off with either hot or cold appetisers. We love the Tzatziki (Yoghurt, Cucumber, Mint and Garlic), the Taramasalata (with onion, lemon juice), the Deep Fried Squid, the Charcoal Grilled Halloumi, and Pastourma (Grilled Spicy Beef Sausage)!
Next on their menu, you will find all of the traditional Greek main dishes. You can never go wrong with ordering a Souvlaki (marinated and grilled meat), the Lamb Kleftiko (slow-cooked lamb), the Moussaka or the Stuffed vines leaves (with rice, spiced minced meat, served with a greek salad)!
If you love seafood and fish dishes, then go for the Mussels (with wine and garlic) or the Octopus (grilled)!
Address: 598 Green Lanes, London N13 5RY
Next, we have a takeout Greek restaurant. Mama’s Pita does have a small dine-in area, however, we highly recommend you enjoy their food in the comfort of your own home since the place can get packed pretty easily. They are pretty popular so some of you might have already ordered from Mama’s Pita. We love their food and we are certain you will as well!
Similar to Vlamis – the first restaurant on our list, the menu of Mama’s Pita is also focused on Greek street food so they have souvlaki and gyros pitta wraps as well as a few other options you are going to love. Keep in mind that they handmake their own pita bread which is the reason why their food is so delicious! You can really see how dedicated they are and our team loves their effort!
The first thing on their menu is their “Mamatizers” which basically is their starters. They have Tzatziki Dip, Feta Mousse served with Pita, Stuffed vine leaves with rice and herbs, Halloumi Fries, Taramosalata, etc. They also offer salads!
Next, they have all of the Pita Wraps and we highly recommend you order one. If you don’t want to eat the pitta then you can go for one of their Grilled Boxes which basically combines all of the ingredients they put in a pitta wrap but instead of the wrap – they are placed in a box!
Address: 183 Chase Side, Enfield EN2 0PT
Next, we have one of the most beautifully decorated Greek restaurants in Enfield – Going Greek. The interior has wooden floors, wooden furniture, beautiful brick walls, and blackboard covering the walls. It has a rustic vibe – and it’s very welcoming and cosy!
But, of course, the most important thing is not the interior – it’s the food. The venue is just an additional perk that makes the whole experience better.
First on their menu are all of the starters – traditional cold to hot starters.
Then, of course, they have souvlaki wraps, Cypriot kebabs, “Naked Souvlaki” which is basically souvlaki without the pitta wrap.
We highly recommend their Chicken Kebab (Grilled chicken marinated in Greek herbs, lemon juice and olive oil, served in a pita with tomatoes, onions, cucumber, parsley, olive oil, lemon), the Pork Souvlaki and the Halloumi Souvlaki. If you don’t eat meat then go for a Vegan Gyro (with mushrooms, peppers, aubergines, courgettes, tomatoes, red onions, parsley, oregano fries, hummus in a pitta wrap)!
If you don’t want to eat the pitta wrap then go for the “Naked Souvlaki” – they all get served with bulgur wheat instead of the pitta!
Address: 18 The Grn, London N21 1AY
And last but definitely not least, we have Nissi Restaurant – another beautiful Greek place with an incredible sleek interior – it has light wooden floors, bright wooden furniture, the walls are painted white and blue.
The menu is a little different from the rest of the restaurants on our list. Even though they serve traditional Greek dishes, they have a modern twist to them because the chefs have added their own interpretation to all dishes when creating the menu.
We recommend you start off with Htipiti (Roasted peppers, chillies, Feta cheese, parsley, mint), Louvi (Blackeyed beans, spinach), Loukanika (Cypriot pork sausage), and Gigandes (Slow roasted giant beans with tomato and dill)!
Then move to the main dishes – traditional souvlaki, seafood and fish main dishes, or salads. We love all of their souvlakis especially the pork one but we also recommend you try the Swordfish Souvlaki because it’s a very tasty and unique dish!
Address: 62 Aldermans Hill, London N13 4PP