This restaurant is also known as Dushko's and the menu includes a poem written by Leonard Cohen about Duskos. Despite Leonard's long time spent on the island there is very little evidence of his presence - no signs to his house, no Bird on the Wire blaring out at every corner, so it was nice to see a photo of Cohen and friends having a sing song at the tree in the middle of the square. Order off the menu which is very reasonable and good [spinach pie yummy]. The fresh fish sold by the kilo is rarely a good option as you end up spending a lot. The food was so good that we ate here twice. Best of all was the atmosphere - the two musicians kept playing for hours, fortified by a constant supply of wine. The staff were very professional and attentive, despite the large number of diners. Great memories.
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