We visited "Thea" at 10:30 p.m. and sat at the balcony tables. Although three tables had not finished their dinner yet, we felt that we had reached too late for them.
Anyway, staff was typically friendly but hasty, plates were small and stale and didn't worth the money we gave.
In an hour or less that the rest tables were empty, staff showed us that it was time for us to leave, by taking our plates away without asking us and by offering us a piece of cake (very unusual treat after ouzo and meze).
I surely don't recommend it.
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