We went here for dinner after walking past this place durning the day, and then checking the reviews. The restaurant is now called "New Marmita" as it has changed hands in the last year or two I believe.
It is a great local taverna-style place, slightly off the usual tourist route, that appears to be frequented by locals (always a good sign!). The food is excellent and the service the night we went was spot on, with who I think was the owner being very attentive to us and assisting with explaining some of the Greek dishes we had not head of.
The food was generously portioned tasted terrific as well.
Price wise, our two starters, two mains, two carafes of local wine and a bottle of water for just €52. It's hard to beat for taste and value.
Like some reviewers, we noticed people smoking in the restaurant and coming from the UK where smoking indoors is banned, we found it rather off putting, especially in a restaurant. There were ample outside tables that smokers could use, so this is why I didn't give it five stars. Maybe this is something they could look at, but all in all, a fabulous meal with great service at a keen price.
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