It seems everybody's brother or cousin owns or works in a restaurant in Greece. I don't fault the hardworking and generally amiable Greeks who are earning a living in these difficult times. But this place is typical of the forgettable; and sometimes regrettable meals one often endures in the more touristed venues.
A nice garden and pleasant servers. Main course: pork steak-ok, but nothing to write home about. I can, and often do better on my own grill. Tomato and cucumber salad-with 2 olives! Tomatoes and cucumbers were nearly plastic-with no taste. Olives, not Greece's best.
Restaurant had none of the professionally bottled wine on the menu-blamed the ferries. Their house bottled wine was drinkable, and so was the bottled water, but generic tabke wine at best: cabernet sauvignon? Hardly.
There is the annoying Greek habit of reasonably good service breaking down 2/3s of the way through the meal. It is a little early to go off for a cigarette and look for more customers. Some folks might actually want dessert and/or coffee and would prefer not to have to plead for it.
Their walnut pie, more like a gingerbread, was quite tasty By then, all our fellow tourists were gone-probably never to return. I take no pleasure criticizing nice people,
but this place needs major improvements.
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