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I read the previous review about the calamari and thought it couldn’t be correct. But it was. The calamari at this place is amazing. As is all the other food. Lovely family business well worth the visit.
Visited on a Monday evening and the restaurant became very busy, almost unexpected perhaps, as there were only two serving staff, although others in the background. It was dusk when we arrived, so didn’t have the benefit of the lovely views.
The young lady who...More
The food here is excellent, it was one of the best meals we had on our holiday in Santorini. The service is friendly, and the prices for food and drinks are really reasonable. The Moussaka was lovely!
This restaurant also has great views of the...More
Hey Jake, so sorry for the late reply. The dish you're referring to is 'bouyourdi', accent on the last syllable. Here's how to make it : you grate fresh tomatoes and boil them in a pan in olive oil (that you've already... More
Hey Jake, so sorry for the late reply. The dish you're referring to is 'bouyourdi', accent on the last syllable. Here's how to make it : you grate fresh tomatoes and boil them in a pan in olive oil (that you've already heated in the pan). Medium heat, for about five minutes. Then, you add pepper (no salt), oregano, medium-chopped jalapeño peppers, plus feta and gouda cheese. When the feta cheese is nice and soft, your dish is ready. Best consumed straight away, but a great addition to a sandwich as a leftover. Enjoy- and sorry, again, for not seeing your enquiry sooner.