We enjoyed a simple, casual lunch here. Service and atmosphere pleasant. Views great. Food good would certainly come back.
- We reserved a table for 12 a couple of hours before (not easy to fix in a busy day and also a table for 12 is not easy to fit). - The place is fantastic (see photo) - We reserved a fresh fish of more than 6 kilos (not easy to cook in the grill - one has to... More
nice fresh fish and seafood nice location by the sea ok prices if you take into account that you are eating fish ok staff overall a good experience a drawback that it is too far from the center of Antiparos, about 15 km, which makes it difficult to go. Also I think something is missing to create the super unforgettable... More
This is a real greek fish tabern on the sea. That is true. And what I mean real is a tabern free of snob environment, snob people and good simple fresh food.
we eat here several times and the food was always good, over the years the place is becoming a bit more turistic, but the quality is still good, the last time we had mussels saganaki and grilled scampi, both were very very good!!!!the price was reasonable and the view is nice.
In a very beautiful place in the ... sea .. tasted great appetizers with peak sun dried octopus, fresh fish and good service, with stunning views of the St. George and the small island Despotiko.
The tavern is in beautifully situated with great views the food excellent and at very good prices. One of my favorite restaurants in Antiparos.
Excellent sea food and level of service at this small tavern next to the sea that does justice to its reputation. Do try the fried potatoes and fish on the grill. A must - see destination. It's a pity though that it does not offer you any treat at the end of the meal.
Lovely taverna on Antiparos - perfect for a fresh fish lunch. We ordered the lightly fried smooth hound (shark), which had a great meaty flavor and was perfectly cooked. It came with a nice potato/garlic purée as a sort of sauce on the side. We also ordered a selection of salads - tzaziki, eggplant, and crab salad which were all... More
Sat at a table on the water's edge with magnificent views of the island of Despotiko. An unusal sight to see octopuses and fishes being dried on a long pole going right out into the water. I was there for lunch before going on the boat trip to visit the archaeological site on Despotiko Island and the Antiparos sea caves... More
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