Eating Greek Food in Greece. Delicious Greek Food Tour (Canadians try Greek Food)


It’s a Greek Food tour! We spent a day eating all the Greek food in Paros, Greece! All the dishes we tried are mainly very traditional Greek food, and all foods you should try when in Greece.

At lunch we started with a whole bunch of Mezzes at at waterfront restaurant which included:

Tzatziki, a dip made of greek yogurt, garlic and cucumber.
Tirokafteri, a spicy dip made of feta cheese and chilli peppers pita bread (for the dips)
Greek salad, made of feta cheese, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions and capers.

After taking a break we came out again to enjoy dinner in Paros. At this meal we tried:

Chicken souvlaki- chicken skewers with fried potatoes (french fries) and salad.
Moussaka- a traditional dish made with béchamel, potatoes, eggplant and meat.
Stuffed Eggplant- stuffed with more eggplant, cheese and tomato.

Eating Greek Food with The Endless Adventure


Paros in Greece is among the most popular islands of Cyclades. Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros island is ideal for young people, romantic couples and families, too. The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand. The beaches on the south eastern side, such as Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are particularly popular for windsurfing. A nice day trip from the island is the small island of Antiparos, with the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere.

Parikía (Parikiá), the capital of Páros, is a beautiful Cycladic village with whitewashed cubic houses and impressive neoclassical mansions. A well preserved 13th century Venetian castle stands proudly on a hill at the centre of the village offering an amazing view of Parikía. In the capital you can also admire an important ecclesiastical monument, the 6th century church of Panayia Ekatontapyliani, also called Katapoliani. The name “Ekatontapylianí” means the church with 100 gates (“Ekató Pýles” in Greek), one of which is a secret one! Don’t miss the chance to visit the baptistery (4th century AD), one of the best preserved baptisteries in the Orthodox East, and the Byzantine Museum. The Parikía Byzantine Museum is housed on the ground floor of the church. Its exhibits include icons, wood-carved iconostases and other heirlooms from various monasteries and churches on the island.

Chicken souvlaki:


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