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Athens: ancient city with tasty food

Athens: ancient city with tasty food

by Nova Vozrak

Athens is the city of sun and sand, smiles and warm air. Come here to see the remains of buildings from the far 11th millennium BC. Yet, this city can impress both with historical places and tasty dishes, like grilled meat and baklava.

1. Meat goes well with olives
Meat goes well with olives
Grilled meat

Grilled meat is a popular dish that can be made of beef, veal, pork, and lamb. Grilling is done over a heat source, which can be charcoal, an electric element, or a gas-heated element. Properly grilled meat is tender inside and has an appealing crust.

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If you are fond of meat, definitely order grilled meat by Greek recipe. It can be eaten within gyros or wrapped in pita bread. The meat may be charcoal-grilled or spit-roasted with Greek spices and offered with special sauces and sidings. Come to To Kati Allo to degust grilled meat in the dish of your choice.

2. Desserts make your day brighter
Desserts make your day brighter
Baklava

Baklava is a star of a rich sweet pastry. Delicate pieces of the dough and nuts are filled with honey. The baklava is very nutritious. The dessert first appeared in the Ottoman Empire and was presented to the elite infantry units every 15th of the month of Ramadan.

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A traditional dessert baklava is made of honey, nuts, and dough. This is a very nutritious confectionery that will be a perfect pair for a cup of tea. But, be careful, people who are allergic to honey or nuts should not eat this delicacy. Come to Καραμανλίδικα του Φάνη to try the sweet dessert that you will definitely like.

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