George, one of the owners, is the host. And he is an incredible personality. Full of energy and philoxenia, the Greek word for the love of hospitality. Pepi, the other owner, does the cooking for the Delfini Restaurant. Her dishes are inspired. They are based on traditional Greek cuisine, but they also reflect her personal interpretation and talent in the kitchen. Each dish we tasted, and we ate four dinners at the Delfini, was made with fresh, natural, local ingredients. Pepi brings out the best in each of these ingredients. So, sit down and enjoy the mezes (appetizers), magerifta (slow cooked dishes) and fish. And be sure not to miss the chickpeas if you are there on a Sunday. They are a Sifnos tradition, slow cooked in a ceramic pot. Pepi's chickpeas are a gourmet treat in themselves. Oh--the locally made white wine goes perfectly with everything. And the view on the outdoor dining balcony is exceptional.
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