This is the best of all the run of the mill tavernas along the main drag in Aliki. There are three on a small quay all next to each other, and then two more further up the hill - this is the second one.
The manager speaks perfect English and is effusive and attentive. We had an appetizer of saganaki (sp?) prawns (prawns in tomato and cheese sauce) which was tasty, followed by the fish of the day. Don't be put off by the price of the fish of the day - that's just the price per kilo. Ours worked out to approx 15 euros per fish and what excellent fish they were!
The manager recommended the three different fresh fish on offer. We chose one each and they were well and simply cooked whole. So if you're into nicely filleted fish with no skin, head or bones, then don't do the fresh fish! We, on the other hand, thought it was excellent (and not too difficult to extract the bone). He's very informed about the menu and so if you've any questions - he'll answer them and advise you on the best dish according to your tastes.
The restaurant was almost packed to capacity on what was a weeknight and one that was off-season. The other restaurants were all nearly empty.
We were recommended to this place, not by a local, but by a couple of regulars who have visited Paros several times in the past.
So whilst this place may not match Yemeni in Naoussa in terms of food (or price) you'll not be disappointed.
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