Set Current Location
This renowned deli and restaurant carries and serves only traditional and authentic Greek foods and meals. The deli was started 60 years ago and the restaurant was opened by the son of the original owner in the early 1990s. They host weekly Big Fat Greek Thursday Night Dinners for a reasonable price which is almost always sold out. Favorite menu items include tender lamb chops, over-stuffed sandwiches and scrumptious gyros. As if that wasn't enough, C & K Importing also features some of the best pastries from all over Europe. Hence, reservations are recommended.
Passionate about the Mediterranean and its regional fare, this Los Angeles eatery has garnered a legion of followers. Turning their passion into a business, Ta-eem Grill takes pride in the fresh ingredients it uses to procure the finest flavors. The mouth-watering menu has something for everyone, from the ever popular hummus plate, shawarma, falafel balls, kabobs, and combination plates. Everything on the menu is Glatt Kosher, adhering to strict religious guidelines. Save room for dessert and try the flaky and light baklava.
Consistently named one of the best places to try authentic Middle-Eastern specials like Hummus, Falafels and delicious Shwarma; Joe's Falafel is a simple no-frills eatery. Popular with locals, it's a great place to grab a quick lunch or dinner. Their meal plates are very popular, with generous portions and a budget-friendly price. Their signature home-made Lafa bread is a must-try. Favorite dishes on the menu include Gyro sandwich, Falafel wrap and Lemon Chicken plate. For details, visit the website.
Zankou Chicken provides cheap delicious food fast. This is the perfect restaurant for a drop-by meal, an outing with a few friends on a bar-hopping night, or a convenient takeout option. The portions are more than generous – ranging all the way to the epic whole chickens, robust and flavorful – accompanied by all the traditional Middle-eastern sides, including falafel, pickled radishes, hummus, and tahini. The place is very affordable, which is a trait locals enjoy and exploit. "Speed, quality and value" has always been Zankou’s motto.
This is hands-down the best Greek place in the entire San Fernando Valley. The large menu offers many wonderful choices and, on weekend nights, live music is accompanied by the lively staff members dancing traditional jigs from their homelands. Just make sure you do not sit too near the band or the dance floor. The pita bread is shipped in from back East and it is incredible, and there is an extensive selection of imported Greek wines too.