We were so pleased that Dimitri's was recommended to us. As some have noted, it's quite a hike down to the small port where the restaurant is located--which didn't bother us because we had a car the day we went. You can drive down reasonably close and then walk the rest of the way, or do what so many do and climb down the 200+ steps from the end of town. Either way, you will have the chance to sit next to the sea, watch the sunset, and enjoy straightforward seafood in a friendly, no-frills environment where the focus is on fresh, not fancy. Items on the menu may or may not be available, depending on what has been caught. As we were there at the end of the season, our first choice was unavailable, but we went with Joy's recommendation and had red mullet (fried) and sea bream (grilled). Nice! I learned two things: 1) When the mullet is fried, you should eat it skin and all for the most flavor; and 2) fish can, and in many cases should, be eaten with your fingers. That's what we were told to do, and sure enough, abandoning the formality of a knife and fork somehow made the meal more immersive. But the main things were freshness and flavor. And the view, of course. And the casual atmosphere. (And the fact that we didn't have to hike back UP 200+ steps after an enjoyable meal.) However you get there, you are not likely to be disappointed by a meal at Dimitri's.
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