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My fiance and I visited Siparos last week and had probably some of the best fish ever!!
We chose the Red snapper cooked in salt which was outstanding, and to start we shared some Calamari.
This is a little out of the main town of...Naoussa but its is 100% worth the trip.
We booked for 7pm which was great as we could see the sunsetting behind the mountains. Definitely should book to go here though as was getting busy, despite being late on in the holiday season.
Thanks to you all for your wonderful service.More
Thank you so much. We have been at Siparos 3 times in 5 days and we normally do not go back to the same place. Foods were excellent, the location is so nice and the people have been so kind. We will definitely come back!!!...Thank you.More
Pleasant location and good level of food preparation. Restaurant not to be confused with traditional Greek taverns but.... absolutely out of reality regarding prices!
A mineral water San Pellegrino 4,5 euro, a glass of a medium Greek wine 7 euro! a portion of lemmon pie...9,5 euro.
Waiters in excessive number compared to the few customers, with the related costs charged to customers.
This restaurant believes to be in San Marco Square in Venice instead of in a remote location of the island of Paros (in the time of Covid).
If the price was acceptable I would certainly come back during the holiday. Instead they will not see me more.
A smart politics?More