"flat Greek loaves"
Greek Street sign
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeGreek Street sign - Credit: Alkan Chaglar, Wikimedia Commons

A small Greek community was established in the Greek Street area of Soho in London in the late 17th Century. Later on a Greek community grew up in the Bayswater area.

From the 1930s onwards, Greek Cypriots began to settle in London, firstly in Soho and later on in areas such as Camden and Fulham.

Although the term Greek flat bread is now sometimes used to describe the bread usually known as pitta or pita, this is probably not what is meant by flat Greek loaves.