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Arcadia restaurant on Makrygianni street, right opposite the Acropolis Museum, is a popular destination for good food since 1977. Traditional Greek recipes from the region of Arcadia in the Peloponnese and not only, prepared with fresh local products, extra virgin olive oil and fresh local meat. The menu varies depending on the season and includes specialties such as goat with oregano, veal cooked in a special ceramic pot with goats cheese, kleftiko lamb and cockerel in wine with thick pasta. You can also taste delicious veal patties, grilled lamb ribs, steaks, pork or chicken marinated souvlaki and fresh fried potatoes, home made pasta and a variety of fish. Open for lunch and dinner and during…
We had a great lunch here. There's plenty of alternatives along this road, but this restaurant has the best menu, so there's something for everyone. Food was excellent and service was great. Good value too. Recommended.
Found this restaurant whilst looking for gluten free recommendations as I am a coeliac. Staff very knowledgeable and friendly. On our first visit, my fiancé and I shared tzatziki, I got to have gluten free bread which was delicious. I then got to have fried...zucchini and calamari and chips which were both delicious and a real treat to get to have. After the mains we got a complimentary mini yoghurt, honey and walnuts which was perfect to finish. We enjoyed it so much we went back the second day. Staff very friendly again, when my fiancé ordered a lemonade as per the previous night, they checked if I wanted a coca cola light which was my order from the previous night, just one of the many examples of great service. I had gluten free pasta and my fiancé who is not gluten free really enjoyed his food both nights too, a great portion of gyros for him. Yoghurt again for after. Would be going back again tonight if wasn't for lock down!More
Went here for a couple of nights and particularly enjoyed the mixed grill for 2 which was enough for 3!
Lovely and warm with outside heaters even though it was pouring down on the second nice, lovely touch being given a pot of yoghurt for...pudding, on the second night we didn’t feel like it do they gave us ouzo instead.More
We had dinner there twice, they have really good service and great food. I have a gluten allergy and they had great options for me and the staff was very conscious to it. Highly recommended for people with celiac and people that are allergic to...glutenMore
We had a great dinner here this evening. The menu was very wide ranging, and we plumped in the end for the mixed grill for 2 which was terrific. I'm glad we took the advice of another FB reviewer and didnt have a starter as...the portion is very large!
Beautifully cooked, each bite was perfectly cooked and seasoned.
We had the Vergina beer which was great, chilled and very refreshing.
The hosts generously gave us an ouzo on arrival which started the evening well.
The pitta breads were warm and soft, sausage spicy and delicious, chicken tasty and perfectly seasoned, and pork cooked to perfection. A Greek meat lovers extravaganza this was perfect for us tonight. We had a lovely evening with you and would highly recommend to others. Thank you. 😊More
This restaurant was recommended by the hotel receptionist & satisfied our need for some good Greek food without pretentions & the usual tourist trappings. Tables were well-spaced & the waiter was knowledgeable about the food, without being pushy. A most enjoyable evening.
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Thissio / Makriyanni
Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
up-and-coming area of Makriyanni, whose centerpiece is the magnificent new Acropolis Museum. Opposite the museum is the entrance to the southern slopes of the Acropolis, while the eponymous metro station nearby is at the top of Makriyanni Street, another strip of touristic cafés and restaurants.