The Best Greek Restaurants in Toronto
The best Greek restaurants in Toronto are no longer concentrated to the Danforth (though Greektown certainly represents), and while souvlaki and gyros are still house faves, these are the places to discover other delicacies, too. Flaky phyllo pies, flaming cheese and innumerable combinations of mezedes are all on offer - not to mention fresh seafood that aims to transport diners to the Aegean coast, if only for an evening.
Here are the best Greek restaurants in Toronto.
- The best souvlaki and gyros in Toronto
- The best late night souvlaki and gyros in Toronto
- The best baklava in Toronto
This sleek seafood-focused restaurant on Richmond attracts hordes of Bay St. types, thanks to its upmarket takes on faithfully traditional Greek fare. Here the menu offers an ensemble of sharable mezedes, market-fresh fish and rich bechamel-smothered moussaka, best coupled with a bottle from the superb list of Greek wines. More »
Messily-packed gyros stuffed with fries, tzatziki and all the fixin's are the signature offering at this Danforth institution. Here the gyros, like the rest of Messini's menu, are filling and delicious, best enjoyed on its patio on a late summer night. More »
The thriving purveyor of Greek street food now boasts three locations where you’ll find handheld favourites like pitas stuffed with chicken or pork gyro, souvlaki or bifteki. Hungry appetites can go all out with "YiaYia's big dinner" - a platter packed with any meat, potatoes, salad and rice. More »
Seafoods and chargrilled meats dominate the menu at this Aegean oasis. While gyrating dancers are only billed on weekends, the food-minded can take delight in the live entertainment that is kefalotyri cheese flambeed tableside. Take advantage of the reasonable prix fixe menu for great value on worthwhile classics like braised lamb shank or the vegetarian moussaka. More »
The retro Greek diner has been a fixture on the Danforth for over five decades and their longevitiy can easily be attributed to the deliciousness of the solid menu, featuring overstuffed gyros, pitas, and souvlaki on a bun. More »
Eat like family at this aging but cozy Greektown taverna by ordering a spread of cold and hot apps, or share in seafood selections or sizzling mixed grill platters. Signature dishes, like the rabbit spring onion pie, do not disappoint, and desserts like the house-made baklava are worth the calories. More »
Diners at this Danforth restaurant can count on a lively atmosphere buzzing with activity thanks to this restaurant's popularity. Locals consider the calamari (fried or grilled) a go-to, but not to be missed are the succulent grilled options and assortment of flaky phyllo pies. More »
This Pape Village restaurant is decked out in classic blue-and-white decor. While the menu is home to some of the city's best grilled souvlaki and rotisserie-cooked gyros, the spit-roasted Kontosouvli are not to be overlooked and are available by the pound on platters. More »