Meatballs cold and not decently prepared, house wine undrinkable. A total tourist trap. pizza's might be good. Didnt try them.
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We ate here on our second night in Kos. We were seated quickly by a friendly waiter. We chose the house wine but the waiter recommended that we try a different wine; a worthy recommendation. The starters were tasty and fresh; a Greek salad and...More
Lovely meal in a pretty, central square. Lots of choice ftom traditional greek dishes through to burgers, service prompt and friendly. Reasonably priced, not very busy - lots of competition from many restaurants and holidaymakers on all inc hols.
Red checked table clothed tables in a shaded square offering a good selection of Greek dishes. I tried the stuffed vegetable veggie dish. A good portion. With Garlic bread and tszeki. Very tasty. Ideal location for lunch on a hot day. Amstel on draught at...More
Food and service very average to say the least. They spend more time trying to get more customers in than looking after the ones they already have. We had to send the lasagne back as it was still frozen in the middle. All because they...More
Excellent Italian food highly recommended and the owner and his family are great people very friendly . Prices are very fair and the service is good !
Popped in here while wondering Kos town for lunch. We had a huge craving for salad and were immediately sold due to the description of the dishes the waiter gave us. He recommended bruschetta and a greek salad, so we decided to get both and...More
Literally stumbled upon this gem of a place, initially just for a drink. We left to have a look at the restaurants at the Port but after 30 mins of being accosted by owners promising the best food which looked exactly the same as the...More
The food was lovely, but the location was even better. Its a lovely setting under the trees and lit with little lights hung around. It is set in a quiet square next to a church. The service was great. They couldn't do enough for you....More
Some countries have such famous regional dishes that they have become talismans, such as Yorkshire pudding, Baltimore crab and Toulouse Cassoulet but in other countries, such as Greece, the regional variations are more subtle: the precise dough and shaping of pasta depending on religious festivals,...More