My family (2 grandparents over 70 years old, my son, me and my wife) visited this restaurant on August 15th (the day of one of the biggest religious anniversaries in Greece. I must inform you that I come from Milos and have a holiday house there. Moreover, I have visited most of the restaurants of the island.
The menu is really small (which is a good thing) and the best part of it comprises of lasagna recipes. Therefore, if you are not in a mood for lasagna, you should think it twice to visit it. As soon as we were ready to give the order and since I wasn't in a mood either for lasagna or any other of the few choices for main course, I was unlucky enough to order a pork chop. The guy taking the order (later I found out he was also the owner of the restaurant) reckonned that I should order something else and when I replied that the rest of the menu does not contain any of my favourite courses, he told me that I do not know what to eat and that I haven't tasted the lasagna dishes before. When I told him that I come from this island and have tasted all lasagna dishes before and have visited the restaurant before he accepted to serve pork chops and started bragging that his restaurant serves fresh tomatoes used in the Greek salad.
One member of my family had selected one of the lasagna "delicacies" made with goat meat. Honestly, the dish was mediocre, containing very small amounts of tomato sauce, but most importantly the meat was burned. We decided not to say anything until the owner came back to praise my son's choice for a simple lasagna with pesto dish over mine. I told him that he shouldn't be very proud of the goat lasagna dish for the reasons described above. I also told him that the home-made tzatziki contained very big slices of cucumber (not the appropriate way to prepare it) and then he started accusing me that I am a spy of other restaurant and that I visited Ergina in order to destroy them. He tried to kick us out of the restaurant without paying and when we refused it and insisted on paying the bill, he threatened us that he will call the police because we made noise.
Then the second owner of the restaurant arrived (this guy's wife) and she asked us to forgive her husband due to the fact that he was very tired. I accepted the apologies and payed the bill which was 78 Euro for 5 main courses, 1 salad, 1 tzatziki and 1lt of house wine and left the place.
I have travelled a lot and visited many restaurants (including restaurants of 5star hotels) but
never had faced before such an attitude. Of course the reccomendations of the chef are welcome, but insulting your customer by saying that you don't even know what to eat is another thing.
I will surely not visit this place again and I will recommend all my friends in Milos and visitors to the island to do the same
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