10 Awesome Greek Restaurants in the Philippines


From Manila all the way to Tagaytay.

Greece is almost always on everyone’s travel bucket list but little is known of their cuisine. The Greeks like their grilled meats, olives, and fresh greens. A full meal is never without a good glass of wine. In this list we scoured the depths of the city (and some out of town locations!) to find only the best of authentic Greek restaurants in the country.

Cyma – various branches

Cyma is one of the pioneers of bringing authentic Greek food to the country, starting with its first branch in Boracay Island. Executive Chef Robby Goco describes Cyma’s menu as the perfect combination of quality raw products and distinct flavors. Must Try: Classic Tzatziki, Flaming Cheese Dishes, Kotopoulo Lemonato (Greek Chicken Adobo), Flaming Mangoes (read: Ultimate Guide to Manila’s Sexiest Mango Desserts).

Booky Tip: Get free dessert at Cyma when you book a table with us.

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Greeka Kouzina – various branches

This small, homegrown Greek restaurant from San Juan now has four restaurants spread across the Metro. Greeka serves fresh and affordable meals so you won’t have to feel guilty about that extra order of their special Melitzanolata (eggplant dip). Must Try: Greek Caesar Salad, Lamb Gyro, Chicken Souvlaki. Also read: 12 New Homegrown Specialty Restaurants in Kapitolyo

Booky Tip: Get a FREE scoop of their Greek yogurt when you book a table with us.

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Blé Real Greek Food – various branches

You know a Greek restaurant is legit when it’s chef and owner is from Greece. Yiannis Trifyllis is the man behind this hole in the wall restaurant in the South. After successfully opening 2 branches in BF Homes, and a recent pop-up at Hole in the Wall Century City Mall, it now has made its way to MakatiMust Try: Hummus, Feta Cheese, Tenderloin Souvlaki, Baclava.

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Gefseis Greek Grill – La Union

Make the most out of your surfing trip in La Union by visiting this authentic Greek restaurant along the beach front area of Hacienda Peter’s Surf Resort. Their Santorini-inspired decor and open kitchen setup is the perfect venue to enjoy your freshly-made gyros and dips. Also read: 10 Best Places to Eat in La Union

Booky Tip: Their new location can be found between Fatwave and Sea Nymph Surf Cafe.

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Urbiztondo, San Juan, La Union
(072) 603-0183,+63 921 604-9989
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Cafe Mediterranean – various branches

Cafe Mediterranean is one of the usual go-to restaurants for mall-goers in the Metro. Their classic souvlaki, gyros, and hummus dips perfectly capture the authentic flavors of Greece–without hurting your pockets. They now have six branches located at different major malls in the city.

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Gyro V – SM Mall of Asia

Gyro V’s unique (and witty!) take on the classic Greek wrap made headlines when it recently opened last April. Instead of using the usual flour pita bread for its budget friendly gyros (P80 for a chicken and P85 for a beef gyro), Gyro V uses freshly-made waffles and stuffs them with hot meat and different sauces. 

Also Read: 12 Unique Restaurants Finds at the Mall of Asia Complex

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The Dining Room at Gourmet Farms – Tagaytay

The Dining Room is a farm to table restaurant concept by local coffee trader and exporter, Gourmet Farms. Aside from their Italian and Mediterranean ala carte and buffet spread, Gourmet Farms also offers tours around their organic farm within the compound. Read more on our secret Tagaytay spots here.

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Reservations are accepted
Km. 52 Aguinaldo Highway, Buho, Silang, Cavite
(046) 414-1049
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Greek Street – Quezon City

Greek Street is a modern gastropub that serves Greek fusion dishes. Their street food inspired dishes include homemade mezze (pica-pica) and go perfect with a bottle of cold beer. Must Try: Hangover Cure Burger.

Booky Tip: They have in-house board games, perfect for that old school reunion with your friends.

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2/F SM Cyber West, EDSA Corner West Avenue, Quezon City
(0917) 897-3283
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Kos Greek Ouzeri – UP Town Center

This Greek restaurant in QC is owned and operated by First Gourmet Academy. Enjoy their authentic Greek food with their selection of wines and the traditional Greek drink, Ouzo. Must Try: Loukoumades (Greek doughnuts, Kroketes Patatas, Psari Plaki (baked fish), souvlaki (kebabs).

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Marcia Adams’ is a tucked away Tuscany-inspired garden restaurant that serves Mediterranean dishes prepared by owner Marcia. It’s one of Tagaytay’s best kept secret restaurants and a top choice for romantic dates. Must try:  the Grilled Aromatic Pork, Classic Shish Kebabs and Banana Split. Booky tip is reserve the sunset lounge for a majestic Tagaytay sunset view. P.S. Bring insect repellant.

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G/F UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 287-1558
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Marcia Adams – Tagaytay

Marcia Adams’ is a tucked away Tuscany-inspired garden restaurant that serves Mediterranean dishes prepared by owner Marcia. It’s one of Tagaytay’s best kept secret restaurants and a top choice for romantic dates. Must try: the Grilled Aromatic Pork, Classic Shish Kebabs and Banana Split.

Booky Tip: Reserve the sunset lounge for a majestic Tagaytay sunset view.

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Reservations are required
JP Rizal St., Bgy. Sikat, Alfonso, Cavite, Tagaytay
+63 917 801-1456
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If you’re craving for the flavors of the Mediterranean, just search “GREEK” or “SOUVLAKI” on your Booky app. If you still haven’t it’s free to download on your iOS and Android devices. Restaurant owner? Get listed on our app by sending all your details to support@phonebooky.com

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