Are you looking for places to eat and drink in Halkidiki? Do you want to discover the traditional Greek foods in Halkidiki? Here are some interesting suggestions to have a meal or dinner, enjoy a relaxing coffee and spend the night out in Halkidiki. Due to its large size and the numerous resorts, visitors will find many places to eat and drink in Halkidiki. Places to eat vary from upscale restaurants in 5-star hotels to traditional taverns and grill houses. Taverns are found in almost every village and in most beaches of Halkidiki. They offer handmade dishes with local products, while you should not miss the house wine. Places to have a drink are numerous in Halkidiki and are mostly concentrated in the most tourist resorts of the region, including Sani, Kallithea, Pefkohori, Neos Marmaras, Haniotis and more.
Are you looking for places to eat and drink in Halkidiki? Here are some interesting suggestions to have a meal or dinner, enjoy a relaxing coffee and spend the night out in Halkidiki. If you have visited any of these places, feel free to leave your feedback or upload their photos, if you have.
Cost of eating out in Halkidiki
The prices in Greek taverns are approximately the same everywhere in our area. But if the restaurant is located close to a place of interest or has fantastic panoramic view the prices can be higher.
The following pricelist is given on the basis of restaurants in Paralia Dionisiou Beach and Nea Moudania. There are many taverns in Paralia Dionisiou Beach and Nea Moudania where fresh seafood is served, mainly because of the local greek people the cuisine isn’t touristic, but classical greek.
Meat main courses
- Steak (beaf, pork, chicken) – 7 – 8 euro
- Lamb ribs – 7.5 euro
- Kempap – 7.5 euro
- Usually the price is given per kilo – from 22 to 48 euro per kg
- Gavros fried (fried small fish – one of the popular by greek people dishes) – 6 – 7 euro
Traditional Greek dishes
- Pastizio – 6.50 euro
- Mousaka – 6.50 euro
- Eggplant salad – 3.6 euro
- Russian salad – 3.5 euro
- Tzatziki – 3 – 3.5 euro
- Cheese salad – 3.7 euro
- Mackerel – 4.1 euro
- Salted tuna fish – 5.7 euro
- Mussels with rice – 6.20 euro
- Stuffed potatoes – 3.90 euro
- Stuffed pepper – 3.90 euro
- Stuffed cuttlefish – 7.00 euro
- Octopus on the grill – 8 – 10 euro
- Mussels on the grill – 6 – 7 euro
P.S. Some of greek starters are very substantial and can be ordered as a main course.
- Yellow cheese croquettes – 4.20 euro
- Fried feta cheese – 3.60 euro
- Yellow cheese saganaki – 3.60 euro
- Potatoes – 3.10 euro
- Eggplants – 3.10 euro
- Zuccini – 3.10 euro
- Pepper – 3.10 euro
- Greek salad – 5.10 euro
- Cucumber and tomato salad – 3.10 euro
- Roka salad – 5.10 euro
- Lettuce salad – 3.10 euro
- Green salad Horta – 3.20 euro
- Beetroot salad – 3.10 euro
- Cauliflower salad – 3.10 euro
- Greek wines – from 10 euro for a bottle
- Retsina (greek traditional wine, 0.5l) – 3.20 euro
- Homemade wine (o.5l) – 4.50 euro
- Beers (0.5l) – 2.50 – 3.50
- Cola, Fanta, Limonade etc. – 1.50 euro
- Water 0.5l – always and everywhere 0.50 euro!
- Coffee – 2.00 – 2.50 euro