O Thanasis in Athens named among top restaurants in the world


Well known for its juicy souvlakia, O Thanasis, located in the heart of Athens, Greece, has been ranked at number 42 on the Taste Atlas List.

Eating under the radiant white lights and reading from a laminated bilingual menu, the restaurant serves flawless meals ranging from insanely rich tzatziki, succulent grilled meats and homemade moussaka.

Souvlaki served at the restaurant in Athens.

First started by two brothers in 1965 in a century old Naval Officers home, O Thanasis allows for a casual and fun outdoor and indoor atmosphere with friendly staff.

As quoted by Taste Atlas, O Thanasis consistently delivers delicious, authentic experiences which has been adored by locals and tourists alike for over 50 years.

Source: Taste Atlas.

READ MORE: Greek- owned restaurants triumph in the 2022 Australia food industry awards.




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