ATHENS, GREECE a STREET FOOD MECCA! We take you on a HUGE Street Food tour in Greece! Trying over 10 of the BEST GREEK STREET FOODS in Athens! Traveling through GREECE we had such a good time eating INCREDIBLE GREEK FOODS like Greek salad, Souvlaki, Greek yogurt, lukumades and many, many more Greek Foods! Also we visit the WILD Athens Central Market! We hope you enjoy our MEGA tour of the BEST foods Athens, Greece has to offer!

This is the first of 2 videos on our EURO STREET FOOD TOUR! Stay tuned for our next episode from AMSTERDAM for some incredible DUTCH Street Foods in AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS!

Hey there, my name’s Luke Martin with ! I’m on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! The Chopstick Travelers are based in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods in places like Japan, Malaysia, Korea, India, Hong Kong and more!

Mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of travel destinations. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram!


Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourselves in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the cuisine!

Street Food / 2018 / Luke Martin / Greece / Athens



  1. Greek cuisine is heaven. The day I went to Greece was the day I fell in love with this country, it's people and it's incredible cuisine. Even though this video covers not even a split of a fraction of the Greek cuisine, it does make me want to go to Greece badly. O well

  2. Hello from New Orleans! Luke & Sabrina, I love this video. Especially the editing style in the market. The edit made me feel like I was actually there. Great job! I'm hoping to visit next year.

  3. Hi Luke. That's a wonderful video. My city is on the border of Greece so we are frequent visitors to Greece. All the food is the same here in Turkey, the names are the same too. But one thing I found you called wrong is the last pita bread wrap, which is infact called "Gyros" the same as Doner Kebap in Turkey. Suvlaki is the meat or meat balls on the skewers.

  4. Hey I have a couple questions maybe you can answer them but if you don’t it’s all g
    1) how do you afford all of this
    2) what type of camera equipment to you and to get any help
    3) what’s your favourite place you’ve been

  5. Wow! This video was great, I have been watching Mark Wiens & you came up in suggested videos, he has almost 1.5million subscribers, you are sure to get there. If you could put addresses & names of places you visited in the description box that would be helpful. Wishing you safe travels from Australia 😊

  6. I'm very very glad you came to Athens, the town I was born and I'm staying, even for a day. I have watched your videos for some time now but to tell the truth I signed up with this. Your first stop, Stani, basically the name means "sheepfold" from the sheepfolds that traditionally make one of the traditional Greek yogurts from sheep's milk, is there since 1949. Your coffee stop is next to Central meat and fish market, officially called "Varvakios market" from the name of the beneficial Ioannis Varvakis and it works unstoppable since 1884. The restaurant Epirus took the name from Epirus, a traditional region at Northern Greece, because the man who opens the store was from that region. Patsa, with the tone at second a, as you said is a must after a hangover for the ingredients it has and someone has to put in, red hot pepper flakes and vinegar with garlic and we usually eat it at early hours of the morning after a …night-bar visit. Ariston, your cheese pie stop, does not make the traditional cheese pie BUT they make a unique cheese pie since 1906 (1910 you see at the label is from 19 -1906- and the number of the street 10), with actually feta cheese in it and not some feta cream you can usually eat. Cheese pie and spinach pie are the most common pies at Greece but, you must know from were to buy one. Miran one of the best shops you can buy and try pastourma, among other delicacies, in Athens, since 1922. Ntolmadakia are made with vineyard leaf and rice, the ones you eat, or rice and meat and served with oil and lemon. Koulouri is a snack that you must eat it early morning if you want it very fresh. Loukoumades are originally served with honey syrup and walnuts and is a must. Chocolate and other toppings are the modern version of them. Last, the souvlaki. What i can say for it.. our addiction national street food. You eat it at Monastiraki square, in the old town in Athens, were is the famous flea market.
    Hope next time to meet you, feel free to contact with me any time, you or anybody of your friends or followers, we can have a "tour" in Athens, to see her like the Greeks do… 😉


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