The 2017 Michelin Guide results were published with 8 Greek restaurants receiving distinctions. “Funky Gourmet” and “Spondi” retained their two stars, while “Botrini’s”, “Hytra” and “Varoulko” kept also kept their one star. “Nolan”, “Athiri” and “Oikeio” were included in the Bib Gourmand, which which highlight restaurants offering “exceptional good food at moderate prices.”
Spondi – 2 stars
“Spondi” is without a doubt a point of reference in the Greek gastronomical cuisine. Focusing on contemporary French dishes with fine plates, the restaurant justifiably received two stars from Michelin.
Address: 5 Pyrronos, Pangrati, Athens, ph: 210-7564021
Funky Gourmet – 2 stars
The restaurant manages to harmonically fuse fun and refined gastronomy. In 2012 it picked up its first star and another one was added in 2014.
Address: 13 Paramythias & Salaminas, Keramikos ph: 210-5242727
Botrini’s – 1 star
Presenting a menu with minimalistic aesthetics, combining discrete luxury and splashes of modernity, “Botrini’s” earned its first star in 2014, which it has managed to hold on to since.
Address: 24B Vas. Georgiou, Chalandri, ph: 210-6857324
Hytra – 1 star
Located on the 6th floor of the “Onassis Cultural Centre” the restaurants provides a beautiful vista and delectable offerings of the highest order. It also retained its star for this year.
Address: 107-109 Leoforos Avenus, Athens, ph: 210-3316767
Varoulko – 1 star
Having relocated at Mikrolimano in Piraeus since 2014, Varoulko’s original approach and top quality completely justified its picking up a Michelin star.
Address: 52 Koumoundourou coast, Mirolimano, Piraeus, ph: 210-5228400