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“A nice place for lunch”

Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani
Ranked #10 of 2,576 Restaurants in Athens
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$18
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Omonia
Description: Grocery · Restaurant · Fromagerie · Charcuterie “Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani” brings you the traditional tastes of Byzantium & Cappadokia, right on your table. At Fromagerie you may buy from our carefully selected collection of aged greek cheese. At Charcuterie you may taste the awarded “Sary” cold cuts. At Grocery you can select from a variety of exceptional gourmet, PDO and PGA food products of small scale, Greek producers. At Restaurant, our Menu includes aperitifs, salads, cheese & ham varieties, cold & hot dishes and desert, accompanied by a selection of distilled beverages and wines of local grape varieties. Fish lovers will enjoy Greek cured or smoked fish of high quality, such as anchovies, sardine, eel, trout, salmon and sturgeon. Specialties include traditionally cured, seasoned and aged ham, pastirma, sujuk, prosciutto, sausages, pastrami, PDO & aged cheese and extra-fine olive oil.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A good idea for a casual lunch in the center of Athens. A shop / restaurant famous for its pastourma, soutzouki and pastrami. Although on Saturday noontime it is full of people, the service is fast and friendly and you may need to wait for 10-15 minutes to get a table. Prices are in the "correct" range.

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Thank Richard H
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Karamanli cousine survives in Modern Greace after the migration of indigenous people of Asia Minor. The region originally famous with good quality meat and the way it is been cured and preserved. Kavurma and pastırma are the signature recipes. Being a traveller who grew up in Turkey and very familiar with the taste, it is very comforting to find well made traditional goods in this store. If i were a total foreigner to the culture, Ta Katamanlidika tou Fani would have been a spot that i wouldn’t like to miss in Athens. The menu reflects the historical Greek culture with an amazing genuinity and quality, bringing the ingredients table directly from the producer.

Thank pelingungor
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The wellcome at our arrival at the restaurant was so warm and kind. Furthetmore the menu is really interesting and the food was really really tasty and good. A cosy and modern place. I will return to eat sujcuk again - spicy and good.

Thank Lotte63buchert
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Got here at 5pm on a Saturday, line out the door. Small cozy setting. We were seated next to another couple. Server brought home made bread and some cured meat with small cheese cubes. We had the stuffed grape leaves, Kavourmas (beef with potatoes and peppers) and an eggplant dish. All were fantastic! Dessert was complimentary. Some type of orange puree with whipping cream? Delicious. Would have gone back but it was our last night in Athens. Not to be missed.

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Thank ladinks
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I love the place, the food is like mealting in the mouth...
Ask for maria( waitress ) she’s very kind, she will help you to choose a good plaaat !

Thank Khalil S
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