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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Aptly named, it’s one of the most popular, all-day bar-restaurant choices in the centre of Thessaloniki, where the locals converge for a quick fix.
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 “tsoureki”, a traditional stuffed sweet bread.
Cocktails, breakfast, ribs and burgers making this underground spot a must-visit. Foodporn is exactly what the word declares. Born out of a love for great food, great cocktails and the desire to bring the best, cutting-edge choices in downtown Thessaloniki!
An elegant space that can host lunch meetings, business dinners or private events offering the gastronomic splendour of the Greek seas in its most contemporary version.
A classic, luxurious, yet welcoming, Clochard over the years has earned righteously its title of a fine classic restaurant. Since1979, its tastes balance between traditional, eastern and international modern cuisine.
Simple, beautiful, anarchic, like a 50’s old tavern but yet full of creativity and experimentation. Mourga is a fish – oriented, Greek cuisine, with small subversive combinations of ingredients and products from the owner’s two hometowns, Pontus and Crete. A raw journey of tastes back in time.
Thessaloniki’s unique vegetarian and vegan hangout, located near Athonos Square adds something missing to the city’s gastronomic map. Ready to go straight into the ‘green’ philosophy? The space is simple, friendly and open from morning until night.