To Yenti – next to the historic Eptapyrgion (aka Yedi Koule)
When visiting Thessaloniki, a walk in the upper part of the city is a must. Cobblestone alleys, colourful houses, majestic city walls and forts, breathtaking view and calmness that makes you feel so far from the city centre and yet so close. But besides that, Ano Poli holds a great gastronomic secret that you should definitely discover: “To Yenti”.
A great restaurant, which you will find right next to the historic Eptapyrgion (aka Yedi Koule), one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
“To Yenti” carries on its very own culinary tradition, writing modern gastronomic history. The menu consists of many traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes, plenty of options in fresh meat, fish and seafood and many vegetarian dishes. Fresh salads, a long list of starters and specials like the eggplant and veal stew served in the restaurant’s signature clay pots are there for you to discover! Try fresh clams and prawns, seafood risotto, amazing squid stew, delicious slow roasted tender pork shank, “tsigariasto” lamb, special Yenti veal with aubergines and feta cheese, coq au vin with traditional noodles, or traditional kavourma omelet and taste a great variety of small meze dishes with a glass of ouzo or tsipouro.
Enjoy the magnificent view and some of the best delicacies in town just minutes away from the city centre! You can walk there or get there by take bus (lines 22A and 23). There is also a parking lot right next to the restaurant, if you decide to get there by car.
Plus: Live music is on the menu every single night of the week. Ask for the special menus and offers.
I. Papareska 13
Yedi Koule, Eptapyrgion
T: (+30) 2310 246495
+ live music
+ FREE PARKING
Opening Hours: 12.00 – 01.30