FILAKIA, the very best Greek souvláki in Paris

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2 GrumFilakia?! What does that even mean? Don’t be scared by the strange name because this is the best Greek food joint in Paris. Theey focus on souvláki, a typical Greek street food sandwich.
We both got pita sandwiches, which were very good but you need to try the sides too. I went with the Greek style fries (very well seasoned) while my friend had roasted potatoes with lemon, which were amazing. Back on the souvláki: we had the roasted pork and sage, and also got the chicken which came with yoghurt sauce. The meat was very well cooked and flavoful in both cases.
The decor is very neat, slightyl hipsterish but that’s the way it goes in Paris these days.  

• FILAKIA •
9 Rue Mandar
75002 Paris
01 42 21 42 88
Quartier : Montorgueil/Sentier/Les Halles

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