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I chose Anthos because of the very high tripadvisor rating. I had very high expectations and I dare say that they have been fulfilled.
The restaurant is not cheap. We had dinner for 4 which costed 120 euros. So, if you are looking for a...More
We went here during our holiday in Corfu. We were lucky to find a spot outside. Every dish was amazing, a tasty explosion mixed with delicacy. The owners are amazing, they recommended a really good wine. We had a really special night. Highly recommend!
Husband and wife team. As I understood it she’s Greek and front of house. He’s chef and Italian. Making for a beautiful mix of fantastic food cultures. After a cheeky amuse-bouche of carrot soup with added lentils my good lady tucked into a sumptuous fish...More
First night in Corfu Old Town looking for a dinner venue and found this little gem. I was attracted by the family run reviews and was lucky to get a table for two as it was fully booked with more people turned away after we...More
Family run restaurant, with very nice and communicative couple and gifted chef. The menu is unusual, not typical Greek food, but many innovative positions, like surprisingly good amuse-bouche.
Some kind of fish, all of them memorable and some good desserts.
The service is professional, however...More
Lovely little restaurant. Tucked away on the little lanes of the Old Town of Corfu. Small simple menu with a lovely selection of dishes both local and modern European fare. The service is just right and the meals were delightful. The sea bass was lovely...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.