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Feta cheese salads, mouth-watering gyros and steaming hot spanakopita can often be found on a menu inside Greek food establishments. Traditional flavors and ingredients that are used in Greek cuisine, is heavily inspired and influenced by Mediterranean cooking. Sharing similar cuisine characteristics with Italian food, Greek fool incorporates ingredients like olive oil, vegetables, wine, and bread, among many other foods. Greek desserts are often characterized by the dominant use of nuts, yogurt and honey. Mediterranean and Greek cuisine can sometimes be unusual to dining patrons, but here are some helpful terms to help you understand the dishes on the menu next time you order!

  • Tzatziki – Often consumed as an appetizer, tzatziki is made from strained yogurt, cucumbers, garlic, olive oil and salt. Always served cold, this appetizer is often enjoyed with bread or pits.
  • Gyro – Referring to pieces of meat that are placed on a tall, vertical spit and roasted in front of a heat source. The spit is gradually turned to ensure that the meat remains moist and crisp. The gyro meat is generally served in a pita with onions, tomatoes and tzatziki.
  • Souvlaki – Popular Greek dish that contains small pieces of meat and vegetables that are grilled on a skewer. Traditionally lamb is used, but pork is becoming more common.
  • Hummus – A dip or spread that is made from mashed chickpeas and blended with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
  • Moussaka – An eggplant dish that is common in Mediterranean cuisine. Ingredients will often vary in each dish, but commonly sautéed eggplant is combined with tomatoes and minced meat.
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    Mediterranean Kitchen
    103 Bellevue Way Ne, Bellevue, WA 98004
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    (425) 462-9422
     
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    Neapolis Restaurant
    108 W Moore St, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284
    (360) 855-1400
    Mykonos Greek Restaurant
    1650 W Bakerview Rd, Bellingham, WA 98226
    (360) 715-3071
    Greek Kitchen The
    401 Ne Northgate Way Spc Vc5, Seattle, WA 98125
    (206) 361-0014
    Kouzina Greek Restaurant
    8403 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
    (206) 448-8555
    Fourno's Greek Resturaunt and Bar
    4733 University Way Ne, Seattle, WA 98105
    (206) 729-5195
    The Greek Kitchen
    1010 Bellevue Sq, Bellevue, WA 98004
    (425) 454-2636
    Mr D's Greek Restaurant & Bar
    97 S Lander St, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 624-9851


    Greek food is international cuisine that commonly consists of olives, mousaka, fine wine, souvlakia, feta cheese, mousaka, slovakia wine, calamari dishes, soups and salads, desserts, grocery, cookware, tiropita, baklava and fish. This article was written to assist you with finding and choosing the right Greek food caterer or chef. Initially it's prudent to take a moment and ponder what exactly you need. Are you hosting a party that requires a full line of Greek cuisine for fifty to one hundred guests? Maybe you're just in the mood for spanakopita, Greek entrees and kalamata olives. In this case, you might not require a Greek caterer, but rather a Greek food deli of sorts. Well, it's always a good plan to check into any business's professional background prior to employing their services. More than likely you can accomplish this simple task with assistance from your personal computer and the Internet. Find out if the Greek mousaka, slovakia food caterer, supplier or chef has an official website. These websites generally reveal how long the business has been around and whom they're affiliated with. Naturally there should be a telephone number and/or email address found on the official website. Use this contact information to help you get in touch with the Greek food specialist. You can ask them how grand their business is and whether it's a small, local organization or one that functions on an international level.
     
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