Fortunately, Luxembourg is known for its plethora of restaurants from around the world which every newcomer ought to explore. It is world recognised that the Mediterranean diet has huge benefits to health and, inevitably, the Greek cuisine is among the first choices of good eaters worldwide, including Luxembourg.
First of all, you can find some food products that come from Greece such as feta cheese, yogurt, olive oil and the like in several big supermarkets but also at Au Gourmet Grec at 87 rue de Bonnevoie near Gare Centrale as well as The Ambrosia at 10 Rue Notre-Dame in the city centre. European Union employees may also visit the shop below the main building of the European Parliament in Kirchberg, where there are products from each EU country. Furthermore, it is possible to find Greek honey, olive oil and olives in local markets (e.g. Glacismaart, which is a large market that takes place every 3rd Sunday of the month in Glacis parking place).
Finally, you can taste Greek and Cypriot delicacies and meet producers at these countries’ stands in the Bazar International that takes place in November every year at LuxExpo.
There are four Greek restaurants in the City of Luxembourg the best of which is Restaurant Grec Athena, at 56 Rue Adolphe Fischer near Place de Paris. Athena ranks #3 of 611 Restaurants in Luxembourg City and has received a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor.
Mr Georgios, the owner of the Athena restaurant since 2011, is very polite and professional and will make sure you will enjoy your meal and stay. The restaurant can serve up to 130 people and it is the right place to make a party or meal for a formal occasion (birthday, anniversary, wedding, baptism etc.). Please make sure to check the opening hours of the restaurant and make a reservation especially on Friday and Saturday. The restaurant is open on Sundays and they offer take away.
The restaurants offering Greek food in Luxembourg are
Athena (56, r. Adolphe Fischer, L-1520)
Ambrosia (10 , r. Notre-Dame, L-2240)
La Maniere des P I G S (56 , Grande Rue, Beaumont Gallery)
Manso (37, Ave. John F. Kennedy, L-1855)
Meltemi (21 Rue des Trevires, L- 2628)
Yamas (former Le Grec) (Rue d'anvers 6-8, L-1130)
There are several websites where you can find recipes to cook Greek food.
Since February 2016, I am working to make www.cookme.tips a reference website for simple and healthy meals that one can prepare at home and the majority of which constitute the modern Greek cuisine.
Greek Ambassador for the Just Arrived Ambassadors Club