We are here mid afternoon when the restaurant was very quiet. Prompt friendly service and delicious grilled sardines with salad. Variety of specials available as well as a fairly large menu.
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When you walk up the steps to the Main Street the Pines is the first restaurant, my suggestion is to keep walking as this is a lazy, mediocre restaurant which seems to excel and mediocrity. I suspect it plays to the lazy diner too who...More
Good food,but we felt a kind of snob attitude from the boss. We got there early afternoon -after swimming- and we were told that we should sit in a small table in the last section of the restaurant because we had our small dog with...More
I visited this restaurant for lunch and I had some very nice and delicious main dishes (mousaka and ancient mousaka). Both were well cooked and tastefoul and the prices were reasonable. The only negative point was the whiny and irritating greek music. Nothing like the...More
Of all the restaurants we visited this was my least favourite. Food was ok. Service could have been better. Good position. Prices reasonable
My sister and I decided that this year we would try different restaurants instead of going to our usual haunts. We saw this tavern every night on our walk up to the town so decided to give it a go big mistake. We were greeted...More
This place is always busy and you can see why, it has plenty of tables so you can normally get in without too much hassle. The position on the corner of the town square is great and the food was excellent.
We ate lunch on our first day at the Pines and went back for dinner with friends. For lunch I ordered saganaki , greek salad and the biggest plate of tzaziki ive seen with warm pitta bread. A great start to our holiday! The beef...More