A real Greek Restaurant in a very touristy area. You'll have a meal where fresh and unfrozen seafood is perfectly flavored. You can be sure of that. At the end of the meal fruit, 'lokma' and Create Raki offering also effort.
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We wanted to celebrate our arrival in Greece, so we wanted a restaurant by the beach but were a little concerned about those touristic and expensive ones. Paralia was a perfect option combining great location, gentle staff, good prices and specially great and abundant food....More
We had dinner in this restaurant not far from our hotel. We ordered 2 starters and two main courses and we realized immediately that the portions in Crete were very large so the other times we ordered a little less. The fish was very tasty.
My husband and I were visiting the venetian castle in Heraklion and wanted to stop for lunch. This place was near the castle.. we grabbed a table with a view. Two girls next to us were having a seafood pasta. Looked delicious so we ordered...More
This lovely restaurant right by the sea offers great seafood The sea bass and sea bream were just amazing but the fish come whole so if you can't handle deboning ask for it to be done when you order It's gets busy at weekends so...More
Very nice location just by the sea. Good service, we even received fruits & a drink on the house. I ordered an octopus & it was so soaked with vinegar that I didn't enjoy it, but it could be just the way the Greeks like...More
This restaurant is located on the seafront, but on a busy street. We had very good fish and seafood, accompanied by tasty house wine. They offered fresh fruits, loukoumades (greek honey donuts) and raki, on the house at the end of the meal. It was...More
We went there while visiting Heraklion. The staff was very friendly and polite. Fast service even tho there were other customers. I can say for sure it was the rastiest food we had in Creta so far. Desert was free and briliant.
As a family we ordered a variety of dishes and everything was nice but not memorable. The red mullet was overcooked and the sardines were fishy. The mussels and the Scordalia were incredible and worth visiting just for these 2 dishes. The grilled octopus was...More