© 2018 Hamburg Tourismus GmbH Johanna Nickel
© 2018 Hamburg Tourismus GmbH Johanna Nickel


Aside from gyros and chips, Pinakas serves fresh, Greek specialities. Enjoy the fine selection of exquisite starters!

Pinakas has long done away with the cliché that Greek cuisine offers only fatty foods and oversized portions.

Here, the emphasis is on fresh ingredients and fresh preparation; instead of fries and gyros you will find lots of small plates with irresistibly delicious appetisers and entrées such as souvlaki kalamakia, baked goat's cheese on a bed of lentils or meatballs in tomato sauce. Besides the many starters, there are a few main dishes such as the stifado, a stew with braised beef and onions, or the delicious seared lamb fillet. The restaurant looks unassuming from the outside, but turns out to be something of a gourmet temple. Certainly more Greek than any "Greek around the corner"!

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineGreek
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencerustic, small, down-to-earth
  • Servicecordial

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