6 Restaurants in Gold Coast: Greek

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Queensland has had a thriving Greek community since the early 20th century, when areas like South Brisbane and the West End received large numbers of migrants from Europe. Since then, the community has prospered and spread to the surrounding coast, and nowhere is this more evident than the Gold Coast's Greek restaurants. If you have a craving for kleftiko, or just want some healthy salad and home-baked pita bread, these Gold Coast restaurants cook Greek specialities just like chefs in the home country.

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Xenia Grill

Coolangatta
Greek$$$$
5.7/63
Xenia Grill

Kafenio

West End
Greek$$$$
4.8/626
Kafenio

The Yiros Shop - Fortitude Valley

Fortitude Valley
Greek$$$$
The Yiros Shop - Fortitude Valley
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The Yiros Shop - South Brisbane

South Brisbane
Greek$$$$
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Vagelis Café and Bar

Hamilton
Greek
5.6/65
Vagelis Café and Bar

The Yiros Shop - Cannon Hill

Cannon Hill
Greek$$$$
The Yiros Shop - Cannon Hill
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    If you love meat, Greek restaurants on the Gold Coast are ideal

    After enjoying a packed day of surfing, golfing or splashing around at amusement parks like SeaWorld, why not head to a Greek restaurant on the Gold Coast for some filling tucker? The food of Greece is renowned across the world for the way it combines succulent grilled and roasted meats with fresh salads and delicious cheeses. From souvlaki pork kebabs smothered in tzatziki, to lamb and potato stews like kleftiko, you'll find flavoursome, beautifully cooked meat dishes at Greek restaurants on the Gold Coast.
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    Cool off in Coolangatta at the Gold Coast's finest Greek restaurants

    The weather south of Brisbane can get pretty hot and humid, so it's always nice to find a refuge from the sun every now and then. If you need somewhere cool and relaxing to dine, the Gold Coast's Greek restaurants will be perfect. In Greece, staying cool is an art form and a necessity due to the extreme summer heat, and restaurateurs have applied those principles to Aussie conditions, creating airy, light, enjoyable places to dine, even at the height of the Queensland summer.
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    Prepare for a big night out at a Greek restaurant on the Gold Coast

    Above all else, the Gold Coast is associated with evening entertainment. The area's bars, clubs and casinos draw a steady stream of visitors from Brisbane, Sydney and all over the world, and all of them need places to dine before they hit the town. When you've got a night of dancing or musical entertainment planned, fill up on meze platters brimming with grilled meats, hummus, stuffed vine leaves and seafood, or go for prawns grilled with chilli and coriander. Whatever your tastes, it's a great way to start the evening.