• Lithos
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  • Lithos
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  • Lithos
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  • Lithos
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  • Lithos
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Lithos
Centre
Lithos


Time schedule
Time schedule

Monday – Saturday: 17:30 p.m. – 00:00 a.m.

Sunday: 13:00 p.m. – 00:00 a.m.

Prices
Prices

15 – 22 € per person (wine included)

Centre Food & Drink

Lithos

Just a minute away from Monastiraki metro station you will find one of the locals’ favourite places to eat in Psyrri.

The staff of Lithos is well known for its hospitality and smiley friendliness. The manager, Mr. Stavros, will warmly welcome you immediately upon your entry to the restaurant, whose rustic, cozy interior and wooden-based decor will sweep you away.

A variety of well-cooked traditional Greek dishes, including a lot of grilled meats but also fish and pasta, make up a large menu at reasonable prices. If you’re not feeling up for a large main course, the sharing platters as well as the mouthwatering appetizers and incredible salads are definitely worth a try.

The great attention paid to the selection of fresh ingredients, as well as the large portions served, make the food of Lithos stand out. The house wine is affordable and rich in flavor, so there’s no need to spend more money on a pricier, bottled wine.

In the background, a small orchestra plays Greek folk music, to which locals often like to sing along. If you’re looking to experience a traditional type of Greek entertainment, you will certainly find this to be an experience.

Before saying goodnight, the staff offers complimentary dessert  masticha shots to leave you with a sweet aftertaste!

Speciality dish
  • fresh fish of the day
  • lamb on grease wrapping paper stuffed with vine leaves
  • beef filet ‘Mesogeios’ (butter, mixed rice, vegetables)
Families should know
  • Music can be quite loud
  • Parking spots are rare around the area, so best take the subway

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Anastasia Valti-Spanopoulou was born and raised in Athens, Greece. After a year in Law School, she left Athens to pursue a degree in Comparative Literature and History of Art in Scotland. In 2014 she returned to Greece. As a student she did several different jobs including translation, teaching at a nursery school, screenwriting and, of course, waitressing! When she’s not busy reading ridiculously old books, she enjoys playing the piano, struggles to learn Russian and travels to places with excellent cuisine and plentiful galleries!