With views overlooking the harbour it looked like the ideal restaurant. The starters were okay, spicy baked feta cheese and cheese saganaki which was very salty. My husband ordered Kelfiko for his main which is usually lamb that falls from the bone and is so juicy and tender. Unfortunately his was very tough and we doubted that it was lamb at all. I ordered a corfu speciality of Sorfito which lacked flavour. It was pre-season and I understand it may not be possible to slow cook the lamb all day as required for the Kelfico. Staff seemed disinterested and never offered desserts or after dinner drinks. Wouldn't return.
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