This is a must for all you travellers. We sat in a green oasis of cobble stones and grass under fig trees and ancient cedars. A stream runs along the border and the food is cooked over an old, wood burning oven in the garden. If you wish to eat inside you are seated in a cave which is dripping in atmosphere and history. The waiter/chef were superb and they took time to make sure we were all looked after and satisfied. The food is good plentiful and full of flavor but uncomplicated, which I like.
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