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Greek Food Restaurants In Galveston

Mapped Restaurants Galveston

Yildizlar Yildizlar Galveston 3 Star Rating

3419 Kirby Dr Houston
(713) 524-7735

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Kirby Dr And Colquitt St offering dine in

Cedar's Cedar's Galveston 3 Star Rating

4703 Richmond Ave Ste A Houston
(713) 572-9445

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Richmond Ave And Lancashire offering dine in

Pappas Seafood House Pappas Seafood House Galveston 3 Star Rating

11301 I-45 N Houston
(281) 999-9928

Galveston Greek Restaurant near I- 45 And North Fwy offering dine in

Bibas Greek Pizza Bibas Greek Pizza Galveston 3 Star Rating

5526 Memorial Dr Houston
(713) 861-2266

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Memorial Dr And Asbury Ave offering dine in , delivery and takeout.

Opa Greek Restaurant & Club Opa Greek Restaurant & Club Galveston 3 Star Rating

13155 Westheimer Road Houston
(281) 558-4925

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Westheimer Rd And Synott Rd offering dine in

Sam's Burgers & Gyros Sam's Burgers & Gyros Galveston 3 Star Rating

410 Almeda Mall Houston
(713) 947-8259

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Kleckley Dr And Algen St offering dine in

One's A Meal Greek Village One's A Meal Greek Village Galveston 3 Star Rating

607 W Gray St Houston
(713) 523-0425

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Stanford St And W Gray St offering dine in , delivery and takeout.

Mykonos Island Restaurant Mykonos Island Restaurant Galveston 3 Star Rating

2181 Richmond Ave Houston
(713) 523-4114

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Richmond Ave And Greenbriar St offering dine in

Droubi's Imports & Deli Droubi's Imports & Deli Galveston 3 Star Rating

7807 Kirby Dr Houston
(713) 790-9747

Galveston Greek Restaurant near Kirby Dr And Main St offering dine in

Greek Restaurants Galveston

There's so much more to Greek cuisine than the olives and olive oil, feta cheese and lamb that automatically come to mind. Galveston 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 Galveston's authentic restaurants.

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