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The food at Savvas is always excellent, tasty, fresh and varied. We love visiting a couple of times whilst on Santorini. The service is always excellent until your main meal arrives and then they tend to forget you are there!
This restaurant stands out among others along the beach front, as the price range is very fair and the food is considerably better than other places charging double the price.
We ordered bread, 2 main dishes and a Litre of house white. This came to...More
In perivelos perissa there are a lot of tourist traps with so called authentic greek cuisine. Popeye stands out and has a normal price range. Order the deep fried squid and several meze with the seasonal greens. You Will be in for a treat.
Food was ok as was speed of service, but when we paid by credit card they processed payment in GBP without my agreement. I never pay in GBP abroad as the rates are a rip off. It was particularly sneaky as we added our tip...More
Date of visit: July 2019
Thank Paul W
tavernapopeye, Manager at Savvas Popeye Taverna, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your evaluation and we apologize for the inconvenience. It's true that in the last 3 days after an automatic upgrading to the card terminal what you are reporting happens. Of course, we did not charge you anything more than what we are...More
Our private tour guide recommended to us. It's his favorite. There is another more expensive nice restaurant on the same road. We chose this.
It's reasonable price, less crowd than the famous one, good food, good wine, and very friendly service.
The ambiance was cozy...More
This is a nice restaurant, with ample seating and a good range menu. The food is well prepared and presented. I believe it is a good representation of Greek meals, by a non culinary person.
I thought the pricing was good and you were asked...More
I visited with my sister and niece at the recommendation of the apartment owner we stayed with. The view of the beach was pretty and I get that literally everywhere one goes in Santorini will be overrun by tourists. The fried zucchini was excellent but...More
Response from grantmD1243GL | Reviewed this property |
I have no connection with this restaurant. It is on the beach, with the actual town some distance away. And it is a small town. I am certain that you could find wedding decorations on Santorini somewhere: it is a pretty... More
I have no connection with this restaurant. It is on the beach, with the actual town some distance away. And it is a small town. I am certain that you could find wedding decorations on Santorini somewhere: it is a pretty fancy place. If nothing else, a run of local handicrafts could do the trick. Are you planning an Orthodox wedding? Those are the churches there. Just a Google search turned up several companies offering such services. I can suggest the best and newest bakery on Santorini and that is Milopetra, Mesarias, Kamari, Greece, 2286034023.
It's one of the places on Santorini that I have reviewed.
But, a wedding is an expensive affair. Might I suggest that someone you trust goes to Santorini for a week and researches the offer there? That way, you can be certain of what you are getting. There are some fabulous (in the truest sense) places on Santorini and depending on how much you are able to spend you will have a wonderful event. Depending on the number of people, a beautiful place would be the Old Tomato Factory, today a museum and art gallery. It's on the beach and you could charter a boat either to bring the bridal couple or the entire gang from where you are staying. Perivolos beach has a number of restaurants that can hold 50 or so people on a group booking: one of them also was a tomato processing factory, but they don't advertise it.
Don't know about your sense of humour, but you could consider having a "Lesbian" wedding! Anything that takes place on the Island of Lesvos/Lesbos is 'Lesbian" of course: that where the word comes from, owing to the ancient romantic poet Sappho, native of that island.
Up to you.