I know that you don’t expect me to suggest an Indian restaurant since we are in Athens, but in Mirch (which means hot) the Indian cuisine meets a Greek perspective and the result is the Indian souvlaki.
In the Monastiraki area there are so many places to eat souvlaki but this is very different. Of course this is not the only thing you can find at Mirch but it is the main reason that attracts many people (including me) to eat here. This souvlaki is huge and many people believe that it’s a two person souvlaki. Maybe I eat for two people… Tandoori dishes, chicken, rice and all traditional flavors of India are here along with a collection of at least 30 different beers which include spanish Estrella and the Indian Cobra.
Once again I know you don’t expect I’d suggest an Indian restaurant but like Frankie goes to Hollywood, at Mirch souvlaki goes to Bollywood.