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Large airy restaurant , lovely proper Greek food , warm welcome , nice relaxing atmosphere with no smoking 🚭 a bonus , beautiful fresh fried calamari , tender and perfectly cooked pork in the oven and lamb in olive oil , had many chards of...More
We stopped for lunch because the view was promising - and also because they freed a parking spot, for us, in front of the restaurant.
First disappointing: they didn’t have any fish on the menu! The explanation: last night was windy, and the fishermen didn’t...More
We went to try out Napoleon based on the TripAdvisor reviews. Rating food is subjective and, from my experience, what one person loves another may not. This was such an occasion. The food was fine, but I have had much better at less cost in...More
Enjoyed the octopus on the steak and fried shrimps! They were excellent matched with local retina wine! Although they were full, service was fast . Squids were very tasty! The apocalypse was the chuccini balls!
Lunch by the beach. The highlight was the zucchini fritters (kolkokithokeftedes) - very tasty. The pork casserole dish was very ordinary. The mezzes were fine. In terms of value for money, it ranked lower than other restaurants we had visited. The waiter was very obliging.
The service here was fine but the food was the poorest of all the places we tried over a 2 week period. The seafood was terrible, chewy calamari and small prawns fried in their shells (hadn't even been peeled and the waiter tried to tell...More
Unfortunately unequal quality of food. We had delicious moussaka and dakos, vegetables was ok, but octopus was the worst seafood we ever had - hard to chew and burnt. Service was ok. It's rather tourist restaurant than local. If you want moussaka I recommend this...More