Below is a list of the top and leading Greek Food in Tucson. To help you find the best Greek Food located near you in Tucson, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Tucson’s Best Greek Food:
The top-rated Greek Food in Tucson, AZ are:
- Urban Pita – serves a variety of Mediterranean street cuisine in a casual counter-serve joint
- Zayna Mediterranean Restaurant – open daily to serve their delectable Greek dishes
- Pita Jungle, Tucson Broadway – serves veggie options and health-oriented Mediterranean dishes
- Greek House – has been serving delectable Greek options to the community since 2013
- Shish Kebab House of Tucson – features many special dishes made with a Mediterranean recipe for eat-in and takeout
Urban Pita serves a variety of Mediterranean street cuisine in a casual counter-serve joint. There are communal tables perfect for parties and social gatherings. Furthermore, they serve their delectable dishes from Monday to Sunday. Their plate options are served with greek salad, hummus, and pita. Their selection includes gyro with tzatziki, falafel plate, dolmades plate, chicken shawarma, and steak shawarma.
There are combo plates for veggie and meat. Moreover, they serve salads like fattoush, Greek, and tabouli salad. Customers also have an option to add gyro style, falafel, or chicken. There are beverages like lassi, yogurt drinks, Mediterranean coffee, and Brewchata.
Address: 345 E Congress St #135, Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 332-2294
”Pleasantly surprised by how flavorful and filling the meals were. The falafel was a bit dry and spongy for me, but everyone likes it differently. Would definitely recommend Urban Pita!” – Mikhail Freidkin
Zayna Mediterranean Restaurant
Zayna Mediterranean Restaurant is open daily to serve their delectable Greek dishes. Furthermore, they offer their dishes for dine-in and takeout. There are also delivery options available. Furthermore, they serve appetizers like tabbouleh, baba ghannuj, mujadara, and baba ghannuj. They also serve salads like fatoush salad, house salad, gyro salad, and many more.
Their main dishes include lamb kofta plate, combination plate, shish tawook plate. Moreover, they serve vegetarian entrees like falafel plate, cauliflower plate, and fool mudammas. In addition, they serve a wide range of drinks from hot to cold and alcoholic to non-alcoholic options.
Greek food, vegetarian options
Address: 1138 N Belvedere Ave, Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 881-4348
”Great service and great food! This was my first time there and I was a little skeptical and was pleasantly surprised. Nice variety on the menu and decent prices. Will be adding then to my regular lunch rotation. Thank you for a great dining experience!” – Keven Cantrell
Pita Jungle- Tucson Broadway
Pita Jungle- Tucson Broadway serves veggie options and health-oriented Mediterranean dishes. There is a sleek environment that offers the perfect ambiance for people to enjoy the food. Furthermore, the dishes are available for curbside pickup and delivery. Their main dishes include chicken combo plater, chicken tikka masala, and wood-fired chicken. In addition, they serve keto and paleo platter and organic red quinoa.
There are family meals that incles starters, a main dish, a salad, and a dessert. Moreover, there are healthy burgers and wood-fired pizzas to choose from. Their dessert options include walnut baklava rolls and vanilla frozen yogurt scoop.
Greek food, salads, mezze platter, family meals
Address: 5340 E Broadway Blvd Suite 100, Tucson, AZ 85711
Phone: (520) 207-6873
“I just made a Togo order with Ashley and the service was impeccable. I used to work at this location many years ago and Ashley was knowledgeable about menu changes, substitutions and was more than welcoming. As a Pita family member I truly enjoyed my experience with her and hope to have many more! Love to see my Pita family thrive!” – Kate Zabel
Greek House has been serving delectable Greek options to the community since 2013. It is conveniently located near the University of Arizona to serve food to students, faculty, and staff. Furthermore, they provide their customers dishes made with the freshest ingredients at an affordable price. They constantly offer outstanding customer service.
There are pita sandwiches like gyro, souvlaki, falafel,a nd loukaniko. Moreover, they serve burgers with 1/2 pound homemade patties. Their house-made specialties are spanakopita and dolmatheds. In addition, they serve salads like a garden, falafel, Greek salad, and traditional Greek salad.
Address: 1710 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 323-1446
”This small but friendly place is such a delight. The food is fresh, the staff are friendly, and the prices are great, large portions. They try their best to accommodate your requests, so just ask. Parking can be difficult since it’s by the U of A but work a try.” – Malinda Knecht
Shish Kebab House of Tucson
Shish Kebab House of Tucson features many special dishes made with a Mediterranean recipe for eat-in and takeout. Their dishes are made from the finest ingredients sourced from local markets. Furthermore, their popular items are gyro plate, hummus, and chicken shawarma. They serve falafel plate, kafta, lamb shank, and kabsa. There are also options of Mahshi special dish, Lahm Mashwi, and Magloubeh.
There are shish kebab options of marinated vegetarian kebab, family-size shish kebabs, and many more. Moreover, they serve super combinations across their main dishes. There are stewed dishes like bazeela, fasolia, bamia, and couscous stew.
Greek food, shish kabab, salad, plates
Address: 5855 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711
Phone: (520) 745-5308
“Superb taste. Food came out hot. Place is small and with plenty of decoration to admire. Staff is attentive and nice. When I’m back in Tucson I will come back to eat here. Portions are are large so bring your friends or family for an amazing meal. Please explore the menu and dare to have your pallet enjoy great food!” – MR
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.