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3 Greek Restaurants You'll Love In Seattle

Matt Lillywhite
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If you're anything like me, you love greek food. It's absolutely beautiful and worth every single cent whenever you order it at a restaurant.

I'll happily eat pretty much any type of Greek food because it's so damn good. Which is why I want to share several of my favorite Greek restaurants in Seattle. Consider giving them a visit, and hopefully, you'll enjoy the amazing food that the city has to offer.

Georgia’s Greek Restaurant and Deli

Location: 323 NW 85th St, Seattle

I'm not exaggerating when I say that this restaurant has some of the best Greek food in the Pacific Northwest. It's absolutely beautiful and defenitely worth visiting if you're in the area.

My personal favorites are the Souvlaki Mezethes and the Vegetarian Mousaka. But obviously, there is a wide range of incredible Greek food on the menu to satisfy your tastebuds.

Yannis Greek Restaurant

Location: 7419 Greenwood Avenue N

Fun fact: this restaurant was featured on Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares almost a decade ago in 2012. And the fact that it's still standing shows that Gordon did a great job in turning it around. Now, the restuarant offers some of the best Greek food in the entire city. It's certainly worth a try!

Taki's Mad Greek

Location: 1471 NW 85th Street, Seattle

Every single time I've been to Taki's, the food and service have been absolutely incredible. The meals have decnt portion sizes, and all of the meals are made with fresh ingredients. Honestly, it's not a surprise that every single dish tastes absolutely beautiful.

It's no secret that Seattle has countless amounts of Greek restaurants that are worth visiting. So if you want to have an amazing meal out, consider giving one of the above options a go.

If you have a favorite Greek restaurant in Seattle, let me know the name of it in the comments below.

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