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All reviews chorizo cheese balls oxtail chicken sardines potatoes sea bass bread roof terrace amazing food lovely evening the main square local wine beautiful sunset during our stay place to eat booked a table
Cava Alta is literally a hidden gem in the village of Pyrgos. The service was excellent and the food was amazing! We loved everything we had here and cannot wait to be back in Santorini so that we can eat here again! Definitely must try...More
You can’t beat this location in the amazing checkerboard town of Pyrgos. The food was good but inconsistent. A great goat-cheese green salad was followed by an oddly concocted lamb shank dish which was rather dry and chewy. The sea bass fillet was excellent, though...More
Reasonably priced and lovely food so nothing bad from us to say. We had one meal here but also used it twice for evening drinks in the sun and found our hosts charming, informative but not overbearing. Sunset views were perfect.
Would recommend based upon...More
We had the most wonderful dinner at Cava Alta. The food was exceptional with the all the ingredients being really great quality. We also loved their selection of organic local wines. The waiters were all lovely and the service was excellent. Its also in the...More
Visited three times whilst at Pyrgos, we found it the best place to eat both for quality of food and service. The place itself is quite quirky but very comfortable, the food is first class and the staff are exceptional.
There is also a roof...More
After 10 days in greece we went to this place to try Spanish flavors baed on other season reviews (homesick of our last trip there as well).
We ordered a camembert as start (nice!!), a pasta for the kids (very gourmet and they loved) and...More
Yes they do, not a lot in the main courses but more in the starters. For example, I took the goat cheese boals with honey and sesame seeds and the trilogy (eggplant + spicy feta cheese + tzatziki) with pita bread. They also... More
Yes they do, not a lot in the main courses but more in the starters. For example, I took the goat cheese boals with honey and sesame seeds and the trilogy (eggplant + spicy feta cheese + tzatziki) with pita bread. They also have a risotto with veggetables (main course) and veggetables with balsalmic vinegar (starter) !