An Immemorable Greek Cooking Lesson at Paulina’s Home

Price is 147€ / Person



Paulina’s event is one of the most spectacular culinary experiences you could have while you are staying in Athens. 

Walk in a unique, lovely house, full of Paulina’s handmade creations and decorative collections of her mother Effie. Take part in a 3 – hour interactive procedure, which includes kneading and baking homemade phyllo and traditional bread.

Let your hostesses share precious Greek recipes with you to impress your family and friends back home. Last but not least, socialize with Paulina, Effie and other guests and clink your glasses! That special memory of Greece will stay forever in your heart!

The menu consists of all the mentioned starters, one version of main course, one version of dessert and one glass of wine or beer per person.



Paulina, born and raised in Athens, is an active and creative person, whose cooking passion originated from the valuable taste memories of her grandmother Helen. 

Having been associated with various touristic fields, she now owns a very special family restaurant with her mother Effie in the beautiful island of Paros. 

They both love traditional recipes and homemade food and in the last few years have decided to open their home to travelers from around the world. People who visit them will also meet their lovely and cute dog, Aegea. 


The Menu



Village Bread
With a unique flavor and texture, this type of bread used to be baked in outdoor wood fired ovens.

Tzatziki Sauce
Probably one of the most popular Greek delicacies, Tzatziki Sauce is a simple appetizer mainly consisting of yoghurt, cucumber, garlic, and vinegar.

It is basically a Greek garlic dip or spread made by combining crushed garlic with a thick base such as day-old bread or puréed potatoes.

Red Pepper Sauce
A mildly spicy dish traditionally prepared with red peppers originating from Florina, a city located in Northern Greece.

Olive Paste
From Koroneiki and Kalamata, to Megaritiki and Throuba, Greece is home to a great abundance of olive tree varieties.



Spinach Pie
A trademark of Greece’s rural culture, spinach pie is a savory pie where spinach, feta cheese, olive oil and herbs are baked in a golden, crispy phyllo dough.

Pumpkin Pie
Although pumpkins are rarely associated with the Greek cuisine, this dish amazingly combines the natural sweetness of pumpkin with the salty feta cheese.

Lettuce Pie
Lettuce, which is grown outdoors throughout the year, mainly from early Autumn to late Spring, is an integral element of many Greek dishes.



Orange Pie
Also called Portokalopita this uniquely designed sweet combines phyllo pastry with orange juice and zest, accompanied by sugar, eggs and milk.

The Greek version of apple pie with cinnamon, halfway between a soft cake dough and a pastry.

Chocolate Pie
A classic dessert with a tender, buttery pie crust filled with a decadent chocolate filling.

Tart with Yoghurt Mousse
Yoghurt is a staple in Greek cuisine and holds a significant cultural and historical im-portance in the country’s society.



One Glass of Wine – Beer per Person
Greece has an abundance of winegrape varieties


The area is called Cholargos and belongs to the northeast part of Athens. Being 6 km away from the city center, the district lies at the foot of the popular Hymettus Mountain.

The house is located at a beautiful and verdant neighborhood, quiet and lively at the same time. The spot is only 500 meters away from a Blue Line metro station (6 stops from the center), also accessible by buses and taxi. 

Paulina’s experience could be a perfect activity for you while visiting the historic center or even on your way from/to the Airport.



  • If the minimum number of participants is not completed up to 48 hours before a scheduled event, then the event may not take place and its bookings may not be able to be approved.

  • If a participant cancels their booking up to 48 hours before a scheduled event, they are entitled to receive a full refund. A later cancellation will not be refundable.