Find out what Greek restaurants to try in Glottertal including Ouzeria, Weinstuble, Olympia
4 based on 96 reviews
Travelling back from holiday we stopped overnight at a local hotel. Not being too excited with their menu we ventured out and stumbled across Ouzeria.The majority of the tables had been pre-booked but we were offered a choice of those remaining and had a nice window seat.Menu's only in German but the waiter translated as best he could in his broken English. We settled for the house specials which were the Greek version of kebab. The plates came on which were an assortment of meats all beautifully cooked and seasoned, a helping of tzatziki and some pitta bread. It was very good, and the price was very reasonable as well.Shame i do not think i will be in the area again but cannot recommend highly enough.
We had dinner here. At first we were a little skeptical since a lot of Greek restaurants in germany don't serve traditionally made greek food. However, we could not have been more wrong! The Tzaziki was delicious and just as in Greece (not made with the creme fresh or mayonaise a lot of restaurants use..) Also the feta cheese was nice. The calimaria and souvlaki were fresh and tasty. We were allowed to take our dog with us, which was great!Also the prices are quite low. If you'd like to eat real greek food, we would surely recommend this restaurant!
4 based on 25 reviews
Fast and pleasant service, great food with high quality meat and superb sauces. There is not much more to say, than that this is by far the best Greek food I have had in a few years.I would advise call in advance to reserve a table as they are usually quite packed. On another good note, they will try to fit you in if possible, even without a reservation, but you might have to wait for a bit.
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