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Greek Food Restaurants In New Orleans

Mapped Restaurants New Orleans

Ali BA BA Ali BA BA New Orleans 3 Star Rating

732 Saint Peter St New orleans
(504) 412-8111

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near St Peter St And Royal St offering dine in

Albasha Albasha New Orleans 3 Star Rating

1958 N Highway 190 Covington
(985) 867-8292

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near Hwy 190 And E 35Th Ave

Mr Gyros Mr Gyros New Orleans 3 Star Rating

3620 N Causeway Blvd Metairie
(504) 833-9228

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near N Causeway Blvd And W Esplanade Ave N

Sara's Sara's New Orleans 3 Star Rating

724 Dublin St New orleans
(504) 861-0565

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near Dublin St And Hampson St offering dine in

Annette's Annette's New Orleans 3 Star Rating

219 Dakin St New orleans
(504) 529-5741

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near Dakin St And Pope St

Fortuna's Dixie Gyro Fortuna's Dixie Gyro New Orleans 3 Star Rating

110 Carondelet St New orleans
(504) 523-6614

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near Carondelet St And Canal St

Seven Seas Greek & Lebanese Seven Seas Greek & Lebanese New Orleans 3 Star Rating

220 S Robertson St New orleans
5044129990

New Orleans Middle Eastern Restaurant near S Robertson St And Cleveland Ave offering dine in

Jamila's Cafe Deli Jamila's Cafe Deli New Orleans 3 Star Rating

7808 Maple St New orleans
(504) 866-4366

New Orleans Greek Restaurant near Maple St And Burdette St offering dine in

Greek Restaurants New Orleans


There's so much more to Greek cuisine than the olives and olive oil, feta cheese and lamb that automatically come to mind. New Orleans Greek restaurants usually feature a wide array of healthy yet delicious dishes that represent the different cultures that have influenced Greece, from Southern Europe to the Middle East. Other popularly-used ingredients include tomatoes, aubergine, potatoes, okra, beans, goat meat, mutton, and seafood aside from the traditionally liberal use of fragrant herbs such as thyme and dill. First-timers will be tantalized by a smorgasbord of mezedes or appetizers that most restaurants offer. Follow this up with a bowlful of thick stew, a hearty salad, or a platter of grilled meat or seafood. Sweet and rich desserts, such as the honey- drenched baklava, will round off a satisfying meal in any of New Orleans's authentic restaurants.

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