Andy’s Greek Taverna, London
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Andy’s Greek Taverna, London

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If you’re a big fan of Greek food (which you should be) then you simply have to check out Andy’s Greek Taverna in Camden, London. My first visit to this place was after picking up some documents from the Greek Embassy for my wedding in Greece; so it made sense to celebrate with Greek food. And dare I say it, it was the best Greek food I’ve had outside Greece itself. The little whitewashed building may not look like a big deal from the outside, but looks can be deceiving.

Inside you’ll find a cosy, galley style restaurant, with a relaxing ambience and traditional meets modern Greek decor. Before I move onto how amazing the food is (because it really is), we need to talk about the staff. Here you’ll be served by some of the most polite, attentive staff in the whole of London – and beyond. Petros, the main man (not Andy, contrary to popular belief) will make you feel as though you’re coming round for dinner at his house. We spent a long time chatting to him and discovered we had mutual friends from years back. We felt so welcome, we didn’t want to leave, spending a good couple of hours eating and chatting; just like a real Greek lunchtime with friends and family.

Andys Greek Taverna Review London

Now, the important bit. The food. As I said, if you’re not a fan of Greek food then you really should be, especially the food at Andy’s. The menu is extensive but don’t let that overwhelm you; simply opt for Andy’s Special or the Chef’s Special to try a little bit of everything. I warn you, however, go with an empty stomach. The portion sizes here are massive and will definitely fill your belly. For £35.90 (the Andy’s Special) you can feed 2 people an absolute feast; 7 cold starters, 3 hot starters and a mixture of kebabs…oh and a kleftiko (delicious slow roasted lamb) to boot!

The only downside to Andy’s is that it gets incredibly busy and the restaurant is quite small, so it’s imperative that you book a table. There are even a couple of tables outside as well, for when the weather is nice and you want to feel like you’re actually in a Greek taverna.

Bex

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