A very friendly family welcome every time I have eaten at Intzedin mezedopouleio - Ιντζεδίν in Greek named after the 1872 fort nearby built on the site of a 1646 Ottoman tower. Intzedin taverna is in the tiny village of Kalami on the road to Kalyves - you sit under ancient trees overlooking the spectacular Souda bay. The menu is traditional Cretan food, a selection of meze and larger dishes made from fresh local ingredients. I especially enjoyed papoutsakia and vleeta (summer horta). Very popular at lunchtime but I like late evenings there, after the sun sinks below Akrotiri. If you go say 'hi' to Antonis!
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