We dined here on a fairly busy Saturday evening. There only seemed to be the owner and a trainee waiter looking after the tables. This did not affect the service which was good. We started with a portion of courgette fritters (okay, but not memorable), and a portion of Village Sausage (2 very tasty sausages) for starters. Mains were one Lamb Kleftiko and one Pastitsio. The Kleftiko was a thick slice of leg of lamb on the bone with potato, vegetables and cheese cooked in a foil parcel. It was good, as was the Pastitsio. With a tomato salad, bread and a couple of beers the bill came to about 35 euros.
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