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This restaurant was recommended to us by friends as one of the oldest fish restaurants in Athens. The food was excellent and the service very friendly and hospitable. If you go, you must try the tamarasaleta (fish roe dip)
Worth a visit, square with mostly traditional greek restaurants with a lot of locals. Had lunch overhere, nice people, very good fried tender squid, fava, salad, grilled sardines and marinated anchovis. Good food for a fair price.
Met Ms. Zoi and her son Bobby. What a story! 39 years at the restaurant with 4 kids, 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchilden! Now to the food. It was great! We had the grilled sardines and the fried whitebait with traditional greens (xorta), taramosalata and...More
It is a simple restaurant - taverna but the food is of exceptional quality and taste. We had steamed mussels with french fries. The mussels are served in a big plate with sufficient juice which is accompanied with lemons, a perfect combination to avoid the...More
I had wonderful, very fresh mussels today, a huge plate of them, in a simple sauce tasting of lemon and olive oil and delicious, subtle spices. The raki was good and the service excellent. Dessert made with corn flour, I don't know the name, mahalepi?,...More
In the middle of Kaisariani square in Athens this is one of the many Greek tavernas in the area. I tried it for a change and I was not thrilled. Decent food but a bit of everything, fish, meat, seafood etc. We went for meat--...More
Impressed. Taverna was one of many on a string of restaurants in Athens. So glad we chose this one! We were early by Greek standards (1900) but heartily welcomed. Had a variety of Greek appetizer favorites topped off by grilled Octopus. All was fresh and...More