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Small and cozy place, food is very tasty and fresh.
Great ouzo! The staff was very welcoming.
There is nothing better than combination between fine ouzo and fresh fish!
Will return there for sure!
Ps-prices are good as well!
I've found this place randomly in a holiday with not too much hope to find a nice place open to have lunch without booking. Then we found it and we could see through the glass doors a cosy room with antiques and people and fresh...More
Very decent and cozy...seafood at its best, live traditional music, old fashioned atmosphere bringing you back to the past and very good food.A group of 3, we paid 57 euro and we ate like there was not tomorrow. Octopus in wine, grilled cuttlefish, crispy fish,...More
We stayed in Athens for 3 months to work. This place was our happy place along this period.
Everything is so good and well prepared, the service is traditional and warm, in the Greek way. The quality-price is the best. Ouzeri Lesvos will be in...More
We found this place via reviews, but were not that impressed with it. The place is very casual and has indoor/outdoor dining, but the food was not that great. We ordered seafood, of course, and found it to not be that fresh. The smell and...More
A little conflicted with this - we saw it recommended online and is clearly a local favourite specialising in fish. We shared zucchini balls (delicious) as well as some red mullet, squid and a Greek salad. We were not that impressed with the fish at...More
Date of visit: September 2019
Ouzeri_Lesvos, Ιδιοκτήτης at Ouzeri Lesvos, responded to this reviewResponded December 20, 2019
Thank you for your review, because your opinion help us to become better and better. Although the taste and the flavour are subjective senses, hence everyone has his own opinion, however our restaurant has every day fresh fish, which are very common in Greece. As...More
We found this place from a food blogger who spent a month in Athens eating.
We love food and put a lot of time into finding the right place to eat.
Ouzeri Lesvos was in an unassuming location on a graffiti laden street.
Who knew that cheesy zucchini croquettes and meatballs could taste so fluffy and light? Amazing food. I always thought all ouzo tasted the same, but I had something different here that definitely tasted better than the standard stuff. I was by myself so it wasn’t...More
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