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Very lovable place, different from other restaurants and bars. For people who want to experience night out with Greece live music and drink, they wont regret if they visit this place. Food is not that well.
The Blue Lagoon is definitely the best Greek taverna in the summer.
Fun, happy, great singing, good drinks and excellent food. We were four, we ordered kebab and houmus and pita with salads. My friends ordered grilled salmon and greek salad and the stuffed wine...More
We ordered 2 cups of tea and one little bottle of soda water.
According to the menu tea cost 4 euro!? And soda cost 5 euro!? Even in the main streets of London the prices are cheaper.
My mom felt from the stole, on the...More
We visited the blue lagoon after reading an article about bars to visit whilst in Rhodes and we were glad that we did! It’s built like a pirate ship which was the main draw for us. There was authentic Greek music and a good atmosphere....More
This is the fifth time I've been to the blue lagoon over many years and this is the first time that I have taken my children. It is a fantastic place and the staff are lovely.....however.....I would avoid sitting near the waterfall where it is...More
We spent an enjoyable evening at Yanis Taverna, a special place with a special and joyful atmosphere. Yanis the owner is a very pleasant and courteous personHe welcomed us warmly and hosted us , the band is excellent and the songs are beautiful and familiar....More
...and we were told the bottom part is fully booked and we were sent upstairs to eat. No problem we wanted to eat upstairs anyhow.
Once upstairs we waited quite some time , saw waiters come and go. Finally someone came over only to tell...More
We descended on the Blue Lagoon as a party of nine (6 adults, 2 young children, and an infant) and we were seated at a table on the wooden balcony, overlooking everything. We came on someone's recommendation and this is what we found:
Been at the blue lagoon expecting authentic greek music. Instead we got medicore musicians with no groove whatsoever. Also, you have to buy two cocktails that costs fifteen euros (for both) so can’t really pop in for a drink, it’ll have to be a full...More