Romvis Street Athens

The centre of it all on Romvis Street

Another hub in the dynamic food and drink scene of Athens


Locals have traditionally come to Romvis Street and the surrounding area for the specialist haberdashery and fabric stores. Today, it attracts more than savvy fashion designers and brides to be. This small pedestrianised pocket in central Athens now has a new story to tell, one that offers dynamic food and drinks from breakfast through to dinner and everything in between.

A stone’s throw from Syntagma Square and only minutes away by foot to the popular shopping district of Ermou, Kolokotroni Street (for great bars and nightlife) and trendy Agias Irini Square, you can come here day or night for a thoroughly enjoyable meal, coffee or drink and find a buzzing hip crowd. If you can bear the thought of eating or drinking in Athens without an Acropolis view, you’ll be impressed with what you’ll find on Romvis Street.


Baba Au Rhum | Feedel | Kythera | Vintage shops, haberdashery & fabric stores

Kolokotroni St | Ermou | Syntagma Square |  Agias Irinis Square

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Romvis Street Athens Food Shopping Map



Urban street food

Estrella is the stylish urban café that originated in Thessaloniki, serving world street food with a twist. Famous for their “bougatsan” which has reinvented the Greek breakfast pastry “bougatsa”; a warm, creamy custard, paired with a croissant, has caused quite a sensation around town. An impressive brunch menu of eggs, omelettes, waffles and decadent pancakes are also worth skipping your hotel breakfast for. Real deal coffees made with care by trained baristas, the “flat white” made this Aussie girl smile.

Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks

Mon-Sun T. +30 210 3218 000

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The famous “Bougatsan”. Photograph: Estrella Athens



Prosciutteria, vineria, tapas

A little bit of Italy and Spain comes to Romvis Street with their delicious selection of cheeses and Iberico hams. You can start the day here with eggs and chorizo or enjoy a late afternoon or evening cheese board and wine from their fully stocked cellar. Chef Jose Arcas Perez makes authentic and tasty Spanish dishes like seafood Paella, made to share.

Takes bookings, walk-ins welcome

Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks

Mon-Sun T. +30 210 3240 100

Romvis Street Athens

Photograph: Tasty cheeses and Spanish cured meats at Los Gastos on Romvis Street



Modern Greek food

Filema has built up a good reputation for its big selection of meze plates including homemade “keftedes” or meat patties, fried cod with skordalia (garlic sauce) and delicious saganaki graviera cheese, drizzled with honey. It is ideally located half way between Syntagma and Agias Irinis Square, an ideal pit stop for a quick lunch or dinner. Always full with a local crowd, the service is fast and you will be seated and served quickly.

Takes bookings, walk-ins welcome

Brunch, lunch and dinner

Mon-Sat Τ. +30 210 3250 222

Romvis Street Athens

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