Amazing service, close to the Acropolis, the food is very good and very affordable try to make it when they have happy hour(3:00-5:00) the food portions becomes bigger. One of our favourite restaurants in Athens.
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After visiting the local Roman Agora we decided to grab some lunch in the early afternoon. We originally headed to the Athens Hard Rock Cafe but unfortunately they had no gas and could only do salad's and nancho's.. oh well its their loss!. So we...More
We were made so comfortable and welcome by Eva our instructor and her assistant Nick. She worked with us through seven dishes. Greek salad, dolmades, spanakopita, roast lamb and potatoes, zucchini balls, and a yogurt dessert. She made it so interesting with some Greek history...More
Right at the entrance to Adrianou street, you can't miss it. We stopped for a cup of hot chocolate and a toasted cheese sandwich before taking the walk along the Agora to Syntagma square. Both were fine. If you are looking for anything else other...More
Good traditional Greek tavern , excellent, friendly service and a wonderful view of the Acropolis , especially in the evening.
Stopped here for lunch thinking it was one of the busier places on the strip - usually a good sign. I was wrong. In an area that caters to tourists, it's difficult to really tell the difference between one place or another, but I was...More
Very nice greek restaurant, used by locals dishes described in English and good English spoken by friendly staff. In a moderately quiet location and just 50 or so paces from Thissio station. Pleasant inside and outside seating. Clean toilets.
If you're after a taste of local cuisine, probably best to avoid Diavlos. Situated at the top of the street, it's hard not to be drawn in by the staff, seemingly authentic seating area and atmosphere. On closer inspection, it became apparent that the restaurant...More