Lemoni Greek Cuzina


Lemoni Greek Cuzina at Tingalpa proves that you don’t have to sail across the Aegean Sea to find authentic Greek food, serving up the best of Greek cuisine for lunch and dinner with gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian and vegan options available.

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

The stunning hand painted murals, Greek music, and attentive staff create a lively and fun atmosphere.

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

For entrée, you can enjoy anything from fresh pita with a variety of dips, to fried calamari or Spanakopita (spinach and feta pie) and more. Two of the most popular entrée dishes are Saganaki (pan fried cheese with fresh lemon and oregano) and Manitari (baked mushrooms, stuffed with spinach and silver beet, topped with crumbled fetta).

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

Of course, there are the well-known classic such as Gyros, Moussaka and Souvlaki. If you can’t choose which Souvlaki, get the Lemoni souvlaki mix (lamb, chicken and vegetarian souvlakis, served on a bed of rice and Greek salad).

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

For something fresh from the sea, the Grilled Octapodi (grilled octopus tentacles served with a Greek salad) is the top pick.

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

Meat lovers should opt for the Arni Sti Souvla (spit - roasted lamb, served with lemon potatoes, tzatziki and pita). If you are coming with a large group and are looking for something to wow your crowd and share across the table, a chef’s platter is the way to go. For 2 – 4 people, the chef’s platters allow you to sample a selection of traditional Greek dishes.

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

For drinks there are plenty of options from wine to beer, including foreign beers like Keo beer and wines produced from the owners own local family winery, as well as non – alcoholic drinks like the orange and lemon bitters.  

Lemoni Greek Cuzina Tingalpa

Nice to know - If you come in for dinner over the weekend, you can expect some fantastic entertainment. On Friday and Saturday nights, there is a belly dancer gracing her way around the tables, who might even pick you to hop up and join in on some dancing. On Sunday’s at 5.30pm there is Bouzouki live Greek music to be enjoyed.

Need to know - Make sure to book online or over the phone, as tables fill up fast on the weekends.

By Ellie Martinez

Lemoni Greek Cuzina

1795 Wynnum Rd


Opening hours


3390 5505


Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

The beloved children’s fantasy tale returns to Brisbane
A blissfully unique and social way of ‘wining’ on a Friday
Uncover archaeology's secrets at this special event
Build It, Play It, Paint It!
Enjoy an afternoon of free, live music at Roma Street Parkland
A trailblazing fusion of dance, theatre, art & music
A sensory fusion of food and art set outdoors within a popup village
This extraordinary concert features Ellen Fullman’s long string instrument
Albion Antique & Collectables Fair follows up the success of its past fairs

Northshore - The Place to be at Brisbane Festival

Northshore Brisbane is the place to be this month as it transforms into an immersive riverfront hub for Brisbane Festival
Northshore - The Place to be at Brisbane Festival

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers returns to the 'Garden City' in September for 30 days of flowers, flavours and fun
Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers 2023

Brisbane City Council Resource Recovery Centres

This spring, clean out your cupboards and give your pre-loved goods a new life by donating them to one of Brisbane City Council’s 4 resource recovery centres
Spring Clean Brisbane

What's on in October in & near Brisbane

From spooky putt putt courses, Frankenstein, 3-day Antique Fair & spectacular riverside night market to live music, moonlight walks and art trails
What's On in October

September-October School Holidays

Keep the kids off the couch this school holiday with these 25+ fantastic boredom-busting activities and events
September - October School Holiday Guide
The Pearl Jam Experience is coming to The Triffid