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Archeon Gefsis - CLOSED

6 Agion Anargiron, Athens 105 54, Greece
+30 21 0523 9661
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  • Excellent38%
  • Very good31%
  • Average13%
  • Poor13%
  • Terrible5%
Travellers talk about
“perch” (2 reviews)
“potatoes” (5 reviews)
“rice” (3 reviews)
Restaurant Hours Closed
Greek, Mediterranean, Vegetarian Friendly
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6 Agion Anargiron, Athens 105 54, Greece
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1 - 10 of 26 reviews

Reviewed 9 June 2017

Here it is worth to visit to get acquainted with the gastronomic culture of Ancient Greece. Historians were involved in creating the menu, 15 volumes of antique cookbooks were studied. The dishes are historically authentic: among the ingredients there are no potatoes, tomatoes, rice, coffee...More

3  Thank archil a
Reviewed 13 November 2016

A very good and highly conceptual restaurant, which shows great respect to the sources, the “rituals” and the culinary traditions of the ancient Greek world, and an equally good “hand-picked” menu to go with it. I was a bit suspicious, so I went pretty simple...More

Thank AngelCrow
Reviewed 30 July 2016

My partner and I spent only two days in Athens but I had been to Athens three years prior. This was by far the best meal we had in Athens. We dined on Sunday 24th of July at approximately 8pm. The restaurant was basically empty....More

Thank Aimee P
Reviewed 23 July 2016

In case you find yourself in the city center, then you should definately visit Archeon Gefsis for some ancient Greek flavors. We (family) visited this restaurant one July afternoon. We had already booked our meals (with discounted coupons) and we paid around 40 euros for...More

Thank Lalaki-Papaki
Reviewed 10 June 2016

Archaion Gefseis is a restaurant that I wanted to visit pretty much since it opened, which must be over ten years ago. The restaurant has moved at least twice - if I remember correctly it used to be located in Plaka, and then it had...More

1  Thank Vanessa_Fou
Reviewed 28 May 2016 via mobile

No reason to eat here, touristic and nothing interesting about the food. Quiet place and a good escape From the hussel outside but not enough reason to dine. We do not recommend.

Thank Orly S
Reviewed 5 November 2015

If you are in Athens and you still haven't been at Αρχαίων Γεύσεις, you' re not just missing out on an awe gastronomical experience but you' re also missing out on the atmosphere, the fact that you' re enjoying a different kind of experience (no...More

Thank χριστίνα κ
Reviewed 10 October 2015 via mobile

please, do not go. Horrible food; we are astute with regard to good quality food, regardless of how simple, and this place was horrendous. Inedible. They gave us 50% off our ticket, which was much appreciated. First sign-they were wearing toga costumes and the bread...More

Thank Travelers1214
Reviewed 30 August 2015

We had a great lunch at "Ancient Tastes" after visiting the Acropolis. We were on a tour group of about 20 people. The restaurant was all set up and ready for us when we arrived, and they brought us bottle after bottle of water. They...More

Thank Katie F
Reviewed 18 June 2015

This review is for Archeon Gefsis, which has been open in Psyrri neighbourhood for only a month or two as of June 2015. Their theme is "Ancient Tastes", traditional old Greek foods. The menu is fun to read. We enjoyed a delicious dinner of very...More

Thank PatKal
Psirri / Gazi
Side-by-side neighbourhoods Psirri and Gazi provide
some of the city’s prime nightlife. The almost
claustrophobic streets of Psirri feature an
interesting blend of original small businesses with
the restaurants, cafés and bars that have recently
sprouted up. The central artery of Agion Anargiron
Street has lively places to eat or drink. Further
west, you can visit the peaceful ancient cemetery of
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
US$ 22 - US$ 31
Good for
Child-friendly, Groups, Romantic
Open Hours
1:00 PM - 1:00 AM
6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
1:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 6 Agion Anargiron, Athens 105 54, Greece
  • Location: Europe  >  Greece  >  Attica  >  Athens>  > Psirri / Gazi
  • Neighbourhood: Psirri / Gazi
  • Phone Number: +30 21 0523 9661
  • E-mail
The Ancient Greek Cuisine, the one that inspired so many others, makes a unique comeback after 25 centuries... What do we really know about it?
Surely less than what we know about chinese, mexican or american. Still, we take pride of the ancient Greek civilization that is generally admitted to have greatly benefited to mankind two and a half thousand years ago. It would be impossible for the people who taught the Western World about democracy, theatre, philosophy, medicine, mathematics and so many more to be ignorant about healthy eating habits.In order for Archeon Gefsis (Ancient Tastes) to become a reality, a large number of specialized scientists such as linguists, archaeologists, architects and tasters put a considerable amount of time into studying rare manuscripts with the aim to collect recipes and identify the eating habits of ancient Greeks.As research progressed their surprise and admiration grew bigger! Never would they have imagined they would find so much information on ancient Greek gastronomy. It is enough to say that a publication called Deipnosophistes consists of 15 volumes exclusively on ancient abbreviations and customs. Enjoy your meal, or as ancient Greeks used to say evdipnias!
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