Ikaria Park: a green Greek oasis in the heart of Amsterdam

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It should be clear: we love Greek cuisine. From a tasty dakos via an addictively tasty pita gyros to the creamy portokalopita : wake us up for a menu in that category. It is a pity that the really tasty Greek restaurants in the Netherlands can be counted on one hand. We are therefore extra happy that Ikaria Park is now open: Greek snacks in the ultimate holiday environment. Simply, in our capital.

Ikaria Park

You may already know them from Ikaria Food: the cozy kiosk-deluxe on Kwakersplein. They have now been expanded with a second location a stone’s throw away, namely in the middle of the Bilderdijk Park.

This makes Ikaria perhaps one of the nicest catering locations in the capital. One that is really well hidden and where you have already cycled past several times without noticing that there is a pearl.

greek island

Ikaria is named after the Greek island of Ikaria, which is known for the high average age at which residents die. This would be due to the healthy diet. The New York Times described it with an even more poetic term: ‘The island where people forget to die’.

This inspired the owners of Ikaria Food to use lots of fresh herbs, local seasonal vegetables and more products that are as tasty as they are healthy.

Surprising twist

Where Ikaria Food focuses on breakfast, lunch, snacks and takeaway, Ikaria Park takes it bigger. Location number two is also open in the evenings.

In keeping with Greek tradition, dishes such as souvlakis and other Greek classics can be shared, often with a surprising twist. Especially the loukoumades that we saw passing by, look to pass through a ring. We don’t have to tell you why you should have eaten it anyway.


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