Great place!worths visit Loza for breakfast,coffee or for the delicious desserts and snacks.very friendly owner and staff!
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Deserts are not always a strong point in Greece but here at Loza they had an excellent choice. They also have the key to the castle?
Loza is in the main square as you walk up and through Chora, you can't really miss it. We stopped by late one morning, coming up noon, as the sun was high overhead and there wasn't much shade to be had in the alleyways. Loza benefits from a huge plane tree offering shade,which, coupled with a pleasant through breeze, makes... More
A nice central café, under the shade of a huge plane tree. It's also a candy store with a nice and tasty variety. What suffers though, is proper service,almost like every cafe-bar-restaurant business in the island. You have to be pantient.
One of the most attractive places in the beautiful Chora of Amorgos is the square next to the Agios-Georgios-church in the upper part of the village. The square is called 'Loza', which is derived from the Venetian 'Loggia', but given a bit of a different meaning. And here can be found the lovely café 'Loza' with outdoor seating in the... More
One of reference point of the Chora ,status symbol for locals! Excellent pizza list with variously , eccentric ingredients mixing plus a satifactory list of pasta. Kingdom of sweets !! Also , for a good drink , stop here !!
Takes ages to be serviced, very average sweets, half the menu is not available. Location is nice but there is a much better cafe next to it.
We've been to Loza twice, the first time for breakfast, as a family, and the second time for an evening crepe as a couple. Overall Loza is above he average coffee place, the prices are okay for a Greek island in July. The variety of sweets is great and don't forget to try psimeni, a traditional drink and biscuit-gliko, a... More
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