Food

Whether you are a street food lover, prefer a traditional tavern or a luxurious restaurant, Thessaloniki has something for every taste and style, inspired by a rich history that has combined many food cultures and cuisines.

Foodie guide

Where to go
Ergon Agora

A food concept store that redefines the essence of traditional Greek cuisine, this impressive contemporary closed market that hosts a restaurant and café, also functions as a greengrocer, butcher, fishmonger and bakery. Visit Ergon to enjoy a hearty brunch, light lunch or a relaxing dinner.

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B Restaurant

This high-end bar-restaurant is the first of its kind for a museum in Greece, taking the privilege of dining in the lap of culture to new heights of sophistication.

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Modiano Market

Located in the heart of the city, this historical landmark is one of the most authentic foodie experiences to be had in Thessaloniki. Its atmosphere, local delicacies and people milling about this open market will give you an unforgettable and authentic glimpse into a place that has been part of the city’s everyday life for over 80 years.

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Choureal

Located in one of the most beautiful districts in the centre of Thessaloniki, Choureal hand-makes some of the finest and freshest profiteroles to write home about – even if you are a Parisian pastry chef.

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Estrella

This small restaurant has attracted an international following well ahead of the trend by serving an all-day breakfast & brunch menu. Eggs any way you like them, pancakes, burgers, pasta and fresh juices are just some of the options on offer from early morning into the late evening.

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Bombolo

Just the place for ice cream aficionados, Bombolo serves the smoothest home-made gelato in a selection of subtle flavours, prepared daily from authentic Italian recipes.

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Maitr & Margarita

Located in one of the hip neighbourhoods of the city, this boutique restaurant earns its nod to Bulgakov’s avant-garde classic by offering original recipes in a cool industrial environment.

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Canteen

Aptly named, one of the most popular, all-day bar-restaurant choices in the centre of Thessaloniki, where the locals converge for a quick fix.

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Brothers in Law

Our favourite burger joint in town stacks this global classic with the best ingredients, from home-baked bread to hand-cut fries, fresh sauce and 100% beef, to match the best of Brooklyn.

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Terkenlis

This family-owned chain of patisserie shops founded in 1948 produces a wide range of sweet Greek and international delicacies according to its well-guarded family recipes and is particularly famous for its stuffed “tsoureki”, a traditional sweet bread.

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The Modernist

Ergon Agora

A food concept store that redefines the essence of traditional Greek cuisine, this impressive contemporary closed market that hosts a restaurant and café, also functions as a greengrocer, butcher, fishmonger and bakery. Visit Ergon to enjoy a hearty brunch, light lunch or a relaxing dinner.

B Restaurant

This high-end bar-restaurant is the first of its kind for a museum in Greece, taking the privilege of dining in the lap of culture to new heights of sophistication.

Modiano Market

Located in the heart of the city, this historical landmark is one of the most authentic foodie experiences to be had in Thessaloniki. Its atmosphere, local delicacies and people milling about this open market will give you an unforgettable and authentic glimpse into a place that has been part of the city’s everyday life for over 80 years.

Choureal

Located in one of the most beautiful districts in the centre of Thessaloniki, Choureal hand-makes some of the finest and freshest profiteroles to write home about – even if you are a Parisian pastry chef.

Estrella

This small restaurant has attracted an international following well ahead of the trend by serving an all-day breakfast & brunch menu. Eggs any way you like them, pancakes, burgers, pasta and fresh juices are just some of the options on offer from early morning into the late evening.

Bombolo

Just the place for ice cream aficionados, Bombolo serves the smoothest home-made gelato in a selection of subtle flavours, prepared daily from authentic Italian recipes.

Maitr & Margarita

Located in one of the hip neighbourhoods of the city, this boutique restaurant earns its nod to Bulgakov’s avant-garde classic by offering original recipes in a cool industrial environment.

Canteen

Aptly named, one of the most popular, all-day bar-restaurant choices in the centre of Thessaloniki, where the locals converge for a quick fix.

Brothers in Law

Our favourite burger joint in town stacks this global classic with the best ingredients, from home-baked bread to hand-cut fries, fresh sauce and 100% beef, to match the best of Brooklyn.

Terkenlis

This family-owned chain of patisserie shops founded in 1948 produces a wide range of sweet Greek and international delicacies according to its well-guarded family recipes and is particularly famous for its stuffed “tsoureki”, a traditional sweet bread.