Reviews on Greek food in Pirna, Saxony, Germany. Pirna (Upper Sorbian: Pěrno) is a town in the Free State of Saxony, Germany, capital of the administrative district Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge. The town's population is over 37,000. Pirna is located near Dresden and is an important district town as well as a Große Kreisstadt. It is also known for the gassing of about 15,000 disabled people in Sonnenstein Castle between June 1940 and August 1941, killings which ceased after pressure was exerted on the authorities by the local population. Today, a small plaque at the base of Sonnenstein Castle and the Sonnenstein Memorial remembers the dead.
Things to do in Pirna
5 based on 38 reviews
Had a nice meal on street side tables lining a quiet street. 3 of us had gyros, one calamari. Of the two options for gyro I preferred the regular gyro in comparison to the one baked with a cheese sauce, although it was good too. Service was also good.
4 based on 22 reviews
I've been to this lovely Greek restaurant a few times now over the past 6 mths and it's always packed with people enjoying the authentic menu. They always start the meal off with a shot of Ouzo and usually follow the meal with one too! I love Souvlaki myself and Korfu never disappoints. We always start with garlic bread, but I really enjoyed the Spanakopiakia starter I had last time. Definitely try a combo grill plat, the Metaxa sauce is delicious! I'm sure they will get tired of seeing me but I just can't get enough :)
4 based on 10 reviews
Our family of 4 adults had an enjoyable time at Hellas. In typical Greek hospitality, ouzo was served free of charge at the beginning and end of the meal. We all enjoyed the food we ordered. The service seemed a bit unfriendly at first, but had warmed up by the end of our visit and we enjoyed our interactions with the staff.
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