A taste of Thessaloniki

Spanish anchovies, Russian salad, quail à la Ali Pasha, breaded brains, courgette moussaka, artichoke mousseline, meatballs egyptiennes, cod in Hollandaise sauce . . . The menu at Olympos Naoussa in Thessaloniki in the 1970s is a tale of cosmopolitan culinary influences befitting a city that’s always been a confluence of cultures. This cult seaside restaurant has reopened, and is now part of the new ON Residence hotel, the best place to spend a long weekend in this epicurean city.

Read all about how Greece’s second city is becoming a new foodie destination in The Times. Including my favourite places to eat and drink in Thessaloniki.