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Location, food, view, homemade honey wine (pity I was driving so couldn't drink much), service, decor- from old gramophone to wooden skis. And the owner feeds some delightful local stray dogs. Easily the best place to stop for lunch on the way back from skiing.
When we arrived at Taverna Christos, an older man (who we assumed was the owner) told us where to park in broken English. As soon as we stepped in the door he gave us two glasses of warm wine with honey. Delicious start! The meal...More
Went there on two separate days in the Ash Monday extended holiday. Had steak, which was perfectly grilled, and lamb chops - can’t even describe the sweetness of the meat.
Mr. Christos and Panorea were very gracious hosts, they even gave us free “inomelo” (a...More
A must after a day’s skiing! You should not leave the area without having tried their amazing cheesebread... wonderful, friendly service... Family owned which means food cooked with love and served with a warm smile. My personal favorite is the girl who served us 🌺
The restaraunt / tavern offered a wide selection of dishes! We were all pleased with our selections, not only from their taste, but also the portions' size.
The staff were very friendly and actively seeking whether we needed something.
Mr Christos was very hospitable offering...More