The only good thing: the setting is fabolous high over the sea.
One afternoon in May 2012:
We stopped in a rented car in front of Artemis the restaurant on the last leg of our 3 week drive through mainland Greece - we have driven that route evry year 13 years in a row without stopping before Laurion but now we would try Artemis 60km Athens- Sounio.
We knew our way around in a Greek restaurant by now and felt secure in sitting in a nearly empty restaurent ordering a light meal from the printed menu.
"No omelete , no starters - nothing but grilled fish, not on the menu, was possible".
OK, we were hungry and ordered the fish and sat down waiting for the grill-irons to be heated.
We waited 30 min before the gass grill was lit - still no fish in sight
In the meantime two Greek pairs were feed starters and two other dishes from the menu.
I rose, went to the kitchen asked to pay for wine, bread ect. and were met with a demand for payment for two fishes.
I said no but if they could present the fishes on the kitchen tabel and wrap them . I would take the parcel and pay the price printed on a menu or written om a dated receit.
The could not present a fish . I paid the wine ect. only and left.
NEVER in 13 yrs traveling Greece have we experiensed such swindel.
My advice stay away from Artemis owned by Markos Sitarenios on the costal road to Sounio.
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