The most famous and delectable of layered Greek desserts made of Phyllo, chopped walnuts, butter, sugar, spices and a special preparation of honey and syrup. Make sure you take some home.
Light butter almond cookies, smothered with powdered sugar. They melt in your mouth.
Dough puffs with honey and sprinkled with cinnamon. You can’t stop eating them.
Kataifi wrapped in Phyllo with mixed cinnamon and walnuts and honey syrup. Absolutely delicious.
This moist and flavorful cake is made using walnuts along with cinnamon and other aromatic spices.
These butter based cookies are hand shaped with and painted with an egg wash to give them a perfectly golden crust. They are the perfect complement to coffee or tea.
Baklava Ice Cream
A creamy and smooth take on the iconic Greek dessert, a can’t miss for ice cream lovers as you stroll through the festival.
Known in Greek as Rizogalo, this dessert takes its name from the two basic ingredients used in its preparation (rizi=rice and gala=milk), which are combined and simmered until thick and velvety. The end result is a delicious and creamy dessert with vanilla undertones.