Restaurant Brighton's guide to

Greek Restaurants

Our top picks

Nostos restaurant is located on Holland Road between Western Road and Church Road. This makes Nostos the perfect place to visit for Greek lovers in both Brighton and Hove. Nostos serve delicious traditional Greek cuisine and prepare everything on-site daily using only the freshest and best quality ingredients. Nostos also cater to all diets, so if you’re vegan or vegetarian this is the perfect place for you. The decor inside Nostos restaurant has a modern European vibe – stylish tiled floors, suspended wine racks and large open windows giving the restaurant an open and airy atmosphere. Nostos also has an excellent handpicked wine list with an emphasis on wines from the Greek islands.

Yefsis in Brighton offers authentic Greek cuisine with a modern twist. They cater for all diets and their vegan and vegetarian dishes are made with the freshest ingredients which are delivered by local distributors or even better, hand-picked from local farmers markets. The staff at Yefsis are welcoming and the atmosphere is relaxed and chilled out. Yefsis can also accommodate for large groups so if you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion with family and friends whilst enjoying some delicious Greek cuisine, Yefsis is the perfect place.

Archipelagos is an authentic Greek taverna in Hove. The menu at Archipelagos is exquisite, offering delicious Greek meals using the finest ingredients and a wide range of great wines to complement each dish. Archipelagos can cater for large bookings with a special set menu for large groups; offering a range of Mezedakia for everyone to share and try. 

Adelfia is a family-run restaurant in the heart of Brighton offering a true Greek experience. Adelfia is run by brothers Yiannis and Andreas who grew up learning about traditional Greek food, wines and culture in their father’s restaurant. In 2016, the brothers opened their own restaurant in Brighton, giving us the taste of their father’s Greek cooking. The menu at Adelfia is regularly changed to reflect the season and all ingredients are either sourced locally or, where necessary for authenticity, imported from Greece.

Kouzina is located in Brighton open market and is all about authentic, traditional homemade Greek food. They’re vegan and vegetarian friendly and offer amazing breakfast, brunch and lunch at great prices. All ingredients used are sourced locally and you can choose to eat in at the Brighton open market or takeaway and enjoy at home. Brighton open market is located on Marshall’s Row and is the home to many food and drink stalls selling local produce as well as stalls selling clothes, crafts and much more.

Skara, a Greek restaurant in Brighton Marina, Brighton’s largest Greek restaurant and has it’s own separate bar, making it ideal for large functions, such as wedding receptions. Skara cooks with a triple charcoal grill and especially imported rotisserie to create a broad range of Greek cuisine. The menu is extensive and caters for all dietary requirements.  

Estia is located in the heart of Brighton, only a few minutes away from the i360 and Brighton beach so it is the perfect place to enjoy a meal after a day exploring the city! Estia is a family run restaurant, which has been open for over a decade, and specialises in amazing home-cooked Greek and Cypriot dishes. Estia can also cater for any outside event including birthdays, weddings, picnics and parties!

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