Konstantinos Greek Restaurant in Friedrichshafen

by Lisa
Konstantinos Greek Restaurant Friedrichshafen Lake Constance

The second-best Greek Restaurant in Friedrichshafen is Konstantinos, in my opinion. The Restaurant used to be a German-Italian Restaurant back then, but already a several Years ago it switched ownership and now offers Greek Dishes. Besides all the Kebab-Style Meat the decision for vegetarian Meals isn’t easy, as there are just a very few meatless dishes offered. Unfortunately, I don’t have the possibility to give you a Link to their Menu, as they don’t even have a Website.

To visit Konstantinos Greek Restaurant in Friedrichshafen the best time is during the summer season when their terrace is open and you can enjoy your meal under the uncovered sky. As it can be quite busy in the evening for Dinner I recommend booking a table in advance, especially when there are big events, such as international fairs, in the City.
If you eat meat or fish, you will find a good selection of dishes at Konstantinos in Friedrichshafen, but as a vegetarian, well, you have to order the big Salad. Salad leaves, cucumber, fried zucchini and garlic bread are the main condiments of this dish. If you don’t like this combination you will have to stick to a starter portion of fried zucchini only or eat at another Restaurant in Friedrichshafen.

Address Konstantinos Greek Restaurant in Friedrichshafen

Teuringer Str. 18
88045 Friedrichshafen
Germany
Tel. +497541-9505258
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 11 am – 10 pm

Pictures of the Food at Konstantinos Greek Restaurant in Friedrichshafen

Vegetarian Salad with fried Zucchini, Feta Cheese and Grilled Bread at Konstantinos Friedrichshafen
Vegetarian Salad with fried Zucchini, Feta Cheese and Grilled Bread
Mixed Plate with Gyros, grilled Meat, Rice, Salad and Potatoes Konstantinos Greek Restaurant Friedrichshafen Lake Constance
Mixed Plate with Gyros, grilled Meat, Rice, Salad and Potatoes
Lisa
Hi, I'm Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog. Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means 'Joy of Life'. And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle.

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