Lovely meal. aubergine and feta in honey starters were fantastic as were the drunken chicken and seafood pasta mains. We ate here last year and will be back before we leaveĺ
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A very good place to eat, no mistake, with excellent views and service. But is it so definitively the best taverna in Nissaki, as everyone seems to think? Hmm... perhaps one or two others deserve to share that accolade.
We stopped in Vitamin's car park with a view to turning back to try to find some lunch elsewhere. However, we saw some people on the terrace and thought, blow it, we will give this a try. We weren't disappointed; the views from the terrace...More
Agree with other comments. No wonder they are so busy. Visited several times in September and we were never disappointed. Tasty food. Very friendly family staff. Lovely terrace. Immaculate toilets. Anything with their roast potatoes was to die for.
If you are in the Nissaki area this is seriously the best place to eat. We came here pretty much every night. Other restaurants we tried were disappointing in comparison. The restaurant was fully booked every night so they are clearly getting it right. Food...More
Get here early or reserve a table! We arrived at 7pm and a few tables taken - by 8 it was full. Greeting was instant, service was slick too. The food and drink prices were very reasonable and delicious. Funny, the last two restaurants we...More
Arrived in Corfu on an early flight which meant we had a couple of hours to kill before we could take over the villa, so we called in at Vitamins around midday for lunch only to find out that the kitchen did not open until...More
We decided to visit a taverna near our villa and Vitamins proved to be an excellent choice. Warm welcome and friendly staff and the food was very tasty and well presented. We had the Drunken Chicken and Pork in Greek beer and mustard sauce and...More
On our second day in Nissaki enjoyed a really delicious late lunch at Vitamins Taverna, the perfect place to take in the amazing views over the sea while the rain cleared. The fresh bread (served in most Tavernas) came with complimentary olive tapanade and a...More