Not a tourist trap! Locals are enjoying great Greek food. The salads r excellent, fresh. And the squid 🐙 was great!
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Came here at the beginning of October. Very disappointing seafood; despite being right by the sea, the seafood we ate was frozen (confirmed by the waiter) and cooked pretty poorly. All dishes, seafood or otherwise were served lukewarm at best. The waiters were rude; when...More
We had heard good things about this place so decided to try it later on one evening for tea and we were sad to say we were quite disappointed with the food. We were both looking to have some seafood so went for prawns and...More
we wend there for business dinner. We ordered greek dishes to share . The food was ok , nothing special but decent but unfortunately the service was really very bad. We always waited for something, we tried during all night to find someone to take...More
Tucked away down a little side street and well worth a visit. We went for dinner. Food was great and there was a really nice atmosphere.
I started with the Cream of Vegetable Soup. Followed by the Fillet of Pork. My Partner opted for the Seafood Linguini. All were excellent. The house rose wine was wonderful and reasonably priced. Waiting staff were very friendly. I would recommend you book a table...More
The title basically said it all. Traditional Greek Taverna, Nice setting, but.... Service was slow, but they were very busy, ordered the fish platter, good price but not the cheapest, paying for the setting. The dish turned up, and we started eating, it was all...More
We had two people recommend this restaurant to us and I'm glad we went. The prawn giouvetsi/orzo dish was amazing. The fried gavro were some of the best I've tried. The food was great and came out quickly. Service was accommodating and with a smile....More