It is maybe the smallest and most narrow Greek restaurant in the city center of Göttingen, Germany: the restaurant Hellas in the Kurze-Geismar-Straße. You should therefore better reserve a table if you want to eat there – but if you’re lucky you might even get a table spontaneously in the rear part behind the bar.
The owner came to Göttingen only for some days and then stayed (because of love!) for now over 40 years. He is like a ghost moving slowly and without a sound through his restaurant with low benches and a very special atmosphere. The gyros served here (with herbs or fried onions, but always best with garlic) is great, but also the grilled meat and the starters make it worth to get here.