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Visited her twice during our week in Rhodes, on both occasions the food was splendid, traditional, well cooked and most importantly super tasty... I’d highly recommend the chickpea fritters (can’t remember the Greek name, but they were a delight). Dinner was finished off by a...More
We walked to this taverna for lunch from Psinthos where we have been staying. We had a lovely lunch with a particular highlight being the sea bream, which given that we are no where near the sea might have been a risk, but in the...More
This place is a great find off the beaten tourist tracks. We just had a delicious lunch. Sublime eggplant salad and saganaki and the best pitaroudia we've had. Make the effort to go here. It's wonderful!
We came across this taverna on our road trip off the beaten tourists tracks. The venue has got a nice local feel to it despite being next to a road which luckily isn't busy. We were welcomed by very friendly member of staff. Before we...More
Our group of ten drove from Afandou for dinner at this traditional taverna (wanted to taste absolutely a dish of goat meat) and we were not disappointed for the effort.
Not only was the kapamas (goat meat & rice) and the suckling pig (another house...More
We visited today after going to the Butterfly Valley. It was a real surprise and the type of restaurant I wanted when I booked the holiday to Rhodes.
Who'd have thought you'd find somewhere so good in the middle of no where? 96% of people...More
My Italian friends and I arrived here together with a new Italian friend known on the island, Nicholas. Nicholas working in Rhodes for the season advised us this place and we left together by Faliraki to have lunch in mid-August. here you can eat real...More