Our recipes are handed down from our Yiayia, our dear grandmother who loved cooking for the family and the dishes we serve you today have evolved from the traditional Greek creations we ate as we were growing up in Kalamata and Thessaly. Our menu is built around small sharing platters or “mezethes” style dining, and for us it is all about coming together with friends and family and enjoying a relaxed authentic Greek dining experience.
It is well known that the Greek diet is one of the healthiest in the world – we’ve been doing superfoods for centuries. Even our coffee has health benefits! Everything in moderation of course, our staff can guide you through the menu to the healthiest options. We cater for vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free….. just let us know if you have any special dietary requirements or allergies when you order.
At the Olive Tree, we pride ourselves on the quality of our food and our seasonal menus are created using the freshest ingredients and traditional flavour combinations. We prepare all our dishes in-house using produce sourced both locally and from Greece, including olive oil from our own family olive groves in Kalamata.
Choose a chicken or lamb souvlaki served with tzatziki with warm pita and your choice of either our delicious chunky chips or famous Greek salad. Wash it all down with an EPSA, a delicious healthy carbonated drink made using an organic sweetener extracted from the stevia plant, all for just £9.95.
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We love to give something back to the community and are famous for our Greek Easter celebrations, and our popular Taverna nights, where we host live bouzouki and singing, and prepare unique seasonal specials, lamb spit roasts and Greek sharing banquets. The night is always a sell-out, the atmosphere is great and our customers can often be found dancing in the streets!
Enjoy any one of our authentic Greek desserts, including any specials of the day, and a hot drink for just £3.95. Baklava is always on the menu, but why not try something different. What even is Glaktaboureko anyway?
Add a traditional Greek coffee, or an iced Freddo for a real taste of the Hellenic islands.