Greek Food Delivery in Dublin

Quality Greek cuisine is here in Old Dublin town, prepared and served by talented chefs. Now you don't have to wait for the holidays to enjoy the wonderful flavours of ancient Ellada. You don't even have to head into town, thanks to our Deliveroo home delivery service. Let us fetch you some delicious restaurant dishes such as the mouthwatering moussaka and garlicky souvlaki treats like kebab and shawarma. Check out any of our online menus to discover a whole world of authentic Greek-Mediterranean food and place your order.

Maybe start with some tasty Greek dip, tzatziki, seasoned with garlic, rosemary and virgin olive oil. Its smooth yoghurt and grated-cucumber make it a perfect appetizer served with the Greek flatbread, lagane. Greek food is fresh, diverse, exciting, and rewarding all at the same time. Bring a little summer sunshine to your table and make your next meal a Greek spread.

Dublin: Dubliner's new choices in authentic Greek foods

Dublin is well-known for its famous stout drink, Guinness. With over 10 million pints of the stuff produced daily, it's an understatement to say the locals have a love for their national tipple. The Irish capital is "twinned" to three other cities around the world. There's Liverpool in the UK, San Jose in California and Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. But it's the friendliness of the people and great food that makes Dublin's so special.

Quality Greek fare is one of the popular international treats for Dublin's locals. A traditional Greek salad is a must-have dish to go with any spread. Dig in to the fresh tomatoes, diced cucumber, chopped onion, mixed peppers, Kalamata, olives and tasty feta cheese. With a little virgin olive oil drizzled over it, this is food fit for Greek gods.

Looking for something more rewarding than just another high street takeaway? Greek food at home, prepared by Greek chefs in Greek restaurants, is now an option in Dublin. Don't go out when you can eat in. Don't wait for a table—sit back, relax, and wait for our knock at your door instead.