Wonderful service and quality food. Not to be missed! We had seafood and we fell in love both with that but also with each other.
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Classic tavern which offers good quality food. The service is not that good and it is expensive for a tavern in the area where it is located.
Our waiter was George and he was so sweet. He helped us decide what to order and when we couldn't make up our minds between what type of calamari we wanted he said he'd mix both dishes fo us. He also explained where we could...More
Very friendly staff and cheap prices. The food was a bit above average, but not outstanding. A/C inside and there was Greek live music.
The food wasn't as good as they recommended to us and the service was extremely slow. We were served after 1:45 minutes, without even an excuse from the management. We were 9 people and we didn't ate all together. Moreover, in the toilet there were...More
Amazing food and very friendly staff. Their home made Raki with herbs and honey is a must try after dinner. We can only recommend Alimamaki!
This little taverna provided a variety of choice of Greek staple menu items, with a slight twist for a more updated result. My "Cypriot salad" with Grilled Haloumi and wheat grains was tasty and well presented. My bowl of mussels in a mustard and wine...More
This small restaurant suffers from very poor service. We waited more then one hour for our main dish, waiters did not serve the table despite multiple reminders. We had to go search for candles and water.
Small cozy restaurant, mostly visited by locals, located in a quiet street in Alimos. Perfectly tasty fresh fish (ask waiter for today's catch), friendly staff, nice wine.
Went there because of the good rating, but it was disappointing. Especially the service is under every expectation. We waited hours to complete the meal for 6. Some finished dinner already while others of our group still waited for their food. A visit to regret!