Below is a list of the top and leading Greek restaurants in Winnipeg. To help you find the Greek restaurants located near you in Winnipeg, we put together our list based on this rating points list.
Winnipeg’s Best Greek Restaurants:
The top-rated Greek restaurants in Winnipeg:
- Olympia Diner – a restaurant with the mission to serve up Winnipeg’s best Greek food.
- Greek Market – features classic dishes and fresh new Greek traditions made fresh every day.
- Homers – the first restaurant to have in-House baked multi-grain flax bread in Winnipeg, 27 years ago.
- Falafel place – offers a variety of gluten-friendly, vegetarian, and vegan Greek dishes.
- Taste of Mediterranean – committed in bringing customers the best in Mediterranean food.
First on the list started in the 1950s, Olympia Diner. Olympia Diner’s owner’s mission was to serve up Winnipeg’s best Greek food, and after years of hard work they have become a city favorite. After 20 years, Olympia carries on with its established tradition, now under new ownership. The new family’s owner roots in Livadeia, Greece, is a red seal chef and has owned as well as operated various restaurants and kitchens. Their goal is to continue to build on everything Olympia Diner has stood for; fresh ingredients and quality service, and be committed to bringing their passion for food to their customer’s table!
Address: 3253 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3K 0W6
Phone: 204 888 8884
“We ordered for takeaway and the girl on the phone was polite, quick and efficient (which I always love). The food was perfect Greek food. They had a ton of local food products for sale for the holidays inside! We’re lucky to have them in the neighborhood.” – Kristen Mitteness
Greek salads, pitas, meats & seafood, old-country beer & wine, etc.
Address: 1440 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3N 0J3
Phone: 204 488 6161
“Superb food for catering and for home from great people. Also the Greek Feta and taramosalata are my favorite and very good . Good source for Horio olive oil which is one of the better olive oils on the market.” – Dimitrios Balageorge
Third on the list was established in 1979, Homers. A lot may have changed, but not their passion for great food and a good atmosphere. The restaurant has been rated many times as the Best Ethnic restaurant in the city. They have a world renowned Chicken Souvlaki that is now enjoyed all over North America, Australia, and Europe.
Their food is always fresh, tasty, and unadulterated. The team is keen on selecting the best products for their dishes. Some of those products are directly imported from Greece, while others are found in the country. They are also the first to serve flax bread since 1979, baked in their own kitchen. Homers make an effort to provide customers with healthy choices, using pure wholesome and complete range of ingredients.
traditional Greek dishes
Address: 520 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 1Z2
Phone: 204 788 4858
“One of my favourite places to hit during university as a special treat! The lemon soup is my favourite. Recommend to people all the time who are looking for great Greek food that have been around for quite some time” – Domenica Burroughs
Looking for a healthier option? Falafel Place offers a variety of gluten-friendly, vegetarian, and vegan dishes. Middle Eastern cuisine that is made famous by Ami is now definitely one of the city’s favorite chefs. Customers can order at Falafel Place for pickup or delivery. Everything is made fresh daily on their premises. They assure customers that they do not add MSG or any preservatives to the food they serve. They only use canola oil for deep frying and grilling and extra virgin olive oil can be used on request for grilling. All of Falafel’s menu items are available all day and they are open from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week.
Simple Middle Eastern eatery serves breakfast dishes, shawarma & vegan fare
Address: 1101 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3M 0Y8
Phone: 204 489 5811
“I find their portions HUGE esp their platters. There are options to make their platters healthier. Really tasty food as well. Loved it” – Beaus Hasan
Taste of Mediterranean
The taste of Mediterranean opened on January 6, 2004. There may be a lot that has changed since 2004 but the Taste of Mediterranean commitment to bring customers the best in Mediterranean food remains the same. Taste of Mediterranean offers fast food and a casual dining experience with an open kitchen concept that allows guests to watch their meal roasting on their Gyro Spit and capture them blend spices. All their meals are made right in front of the customers’ eyes. Their menu consists of several Greek and Lebanese Dishes. In 2016, they Created a Special Menu for Middle Eastern Countries for the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, which consist of Greek , Italian, Turkish, and Several Mediterranean Dishes.
Middle Eastern restaurant
Address: 244 Kennedy St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1T1
Phone: 204 942 2304
“Falafel pita was wonderful. I love the fried aspect of it for the texture. Greek salad was also really good. Modifications were marked on the package so I had confidence they were respected and followed before opening anything.” – Dragon Claymore