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The food was all fresh, seasoned well. The prawns with ouzo, baby courgette risotto and swordfish were exceptional. Been to a lot of very average restaurants in corfu, and this wasn't one of them.
The waiter was lovely and gave us a great wine pairing....I really, really recommend.More
We went there on a Tuesday evening and managed to get a table outside (only like 3-4 tables).
We opted for the lobster tagliatelle and were not disappointed! Nicely al dente pasta, sauce not too heavy and lobster meat still juicy. Excellent dish!!
We finished...the meal with chocolate mousse, which was nice although the portion was too big (3 scoops).
Service very professional and super friendly.
Great place overall!More
During our visit of Corfu old town we visited Anthos restaurant based on a recommendation of a friend. Anthos is a small restaurant with few tables out side in a narrow nice street and has few tables inside in a nice decorated room. The owner...and his wife are very friendly and extremely helpful with the menu.
We had a Greek slat and the grilled sea bream for 2.... fantastic!!! Has great choice of wines
Definitely a place that I would visit again.Do a reservation before goMore
Every single aspect about this restaurant is spot on. The food, from starter to dessert, was unbelievably delicious. All the flavours were amazing. We would compliment each dish like a broken record. In addition, you couldn't ask for a better service. For us, it was...a man. You could tell he didn't only know what good service is but he also enjoys it! We felt like royals.
P.s. Quality-price? Hell yes!!More
Response from kerkyracorfu | Reviewed this property |
It's in a tiny road off the Main Street, Nik. Theotoki, of the old town. If they start off at Liston it would be the third road in their left with two dead end roads between. The name the locals refer to the road is... More
It's in a tiny road off the Main Street, Nik. Theotoki, of the old town. If they start off at Liston it would be the third road in their left with two dead end roads between. The name the locals refer to the road is kadouni Bizi.
But like the previous poster said, if they ask any of the shop owners for directions they will be pointed to it.