We ate outside on a cold winters day as we had our dogs with us. The waiter despite the cold and being only in a collared shirt was friendly and stayed with us as we made up our minds. The menu features Greek Alpine food which is a special treat. We had the cockerel and while it was supposed to come with Spagetti, he substituted a local hand -made pasta favorite without asking. How thoughtful! It was delicious. We returned that night for dinner and the family were warm and inviting. We had the port in a "hull" or small pottery dish with potatoes and cheese. The wine has house and was the best house Roze I have had in Greece. I would wholley recommend this quaint and warm place. Lastly, for a main dish, salat, starter and half kilo of wine- we paid 17 euros and the desert was complimetary!
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