Try These Greek Meals In Boston, MA

Are you looking for new meals to try? Are you transitioning into a Mediterranean diet?

Here are some great Greek meal options for you to try. Visit Committee in the Seaport of Boston, MA, for an authentic Greek experience. 

Meze & Cheeses

One of the most famous Greek cuisines you must try is our meze and cheese options as a first course or a light snack. This typically includes an array of Greek dips, including tzatziki, hummus, or a yogurt dip. At Committee, we have various options, including our delicious Halloumi cheese french fries, served with a tomato-mustard sauce. We also have a simple olive meze dish with Peloponnese olives, garlic, cumin, thyme, and orange zest. 


If you have yet to try Spanakopita, visit the Committee as soon as possible. Spanakopita is a delicious savory pie made of crispy layers of phyllo dough and a comforting filling of spinach and feta cheese. Spanakopita makes a great side dish for large holiday dinners next to lamb or lemon chicken. Serve it with a big salad like Greek or Mediterranean chickpea salads and favorite dips like Greek Tzatziki or Roasted Garlic Hummus. If you don’t feel like cooking it yourself, visit Committee and try our take on the Spanakopita with our Spanakopita Manti, spinach and feta dumplings, sun-dried tomatoes, and retsina sauce. 


Gyros are one of the most famous Greek street food dishes. It is simple and consists of meat such as pork, chicken, or a lamb and veal mixture cooked on a vertical spit. The meat is sliced in thin shavings and placed in pita bread with toppings of your choice – such as tzatziki, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and cucumbers. Some people also like to add french fries to the gyros for a crunchy addition. Gyros is derived from the Greek word gheereezo, meaning to turn, referring to the rotating spit on which the meat is cooked. Some believe that gyros originated during Alexander the Great when soldiers skewered meat on their swords and cooked it over a fire. At Committee, we offer a twist to the gyro with our bao gyro – consisting of crispy pork belly, BBQ tzatziki, and Greek slaw.


Souvlaki is one of the most famous Greek dishes in addition to gyros. It comprises small cubes of skewered and grilled pork, chicken, lamb, or beef. It is a popular fast food typically served in small eateries that often serve gyros and similar grilled meat dishes. Souvlaki first appeared in ancient Greece when it was called kandaulos, consisting of grilled meat, pita bread, cheese, and dill. At Committee in Boston, MA, we offer a lamb souvlaki with rigani, lemon, and tzatziki.