Best Street Food in Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is a city well known for its culinary heritage and diversity, a city bustling with flavors and aromas from side to side waiting to tease your gustatory palates.
Besides the renowned restaurants and local taverns taking over the city center, street food in Thessaloniki is an experience you cannot miss.

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So, if you are looking for a street food guide in Thessaloniki, you have come to the right place. Let us unveil the most intriguing street food flavors of Thessaloniki one by one.

1. Koulouri Thessaloniki’s
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A signature delight mostly sold by street vendors. It is simply a bread ring with sesame seeds with a slightly sweet taste that can be eaten alone or combined with something sweet or something salty.

2. Bougatsa
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Another signature treat of Thessaloniki. It is a flaky pie whose original version is stuffed with sweet cream. There are also other variations though worth trying including stuffing with feta cheese, minced meat or spinach.

3. Toast
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Not exactly your idea of toast but rather a grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with all kinds of extra ingredients from several types of cheese, meat, vegetables to sauces, French fries and anything else you may desire.

4. Souvlaki
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Pork or chicken meat on a skewer or gyro slices, rolled in a pita bread and stuffed with tomatoes, onions, French fries, tzatziki or ketchup and mustard.

5. Patsas

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Perfect after you had a few extra drinks on your night out in Thessaloniki, Patsas is considered the best medicine for an upset stomach. It is a soup made of boiled calf hooves, belly and tripe and usually served with garlic, vinegar and sometimes even with hot red pepper.

Arrange your stay at City Hotel in the heart of Thessaloniki, and savor some of the best traditional and international street food choices.



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