We were in the mood for seafood and tried this place having walked past it a few times previously en route to the supermarket as our apartment was just 5 minutes away.
The restaurant was jam-packed when we arrived circa 8pm and we had to queue for 20 minutes before a table was available (not uncommon if you go out to eat anywhere popular in Zante Town between 8 and 10.30).
I can see why it's so popular as the decor is interesting, and the set menu was really good value at 9.50 euros (if you hadn't purely gone for a fish dish that is as they were scarce on the set menu). Consequently, we went a la carte - I had swordfish and my partner had bream. Both were tasty, however we were really disappointed in the accompaniment of chips and yellow rice (the latter which was cold). A simple side salad would have been much more appropriate.
Having said that I still thought it was good value for money - 2 starters, 2 mains, bottle of wine, raki and the free dessert plus digestif offered by the restaurant.
The one thing that was very noticeable was that the waiters were completely rushed off their feet and lots of tables were struggling to get their attention, leaving some diners visibly frustrated. We were situated a fair bit inside the restaurant near the bar/kitchen area so it was easier for us to nab the waiter's attention as they whizzed in and out of the kitchen, but I guess that's high season for you.
Once we'd visited we didn't feel the urge to go again during our 10 night stay as we just preferred a less frantic environment, but probably worth visiting during your stay.
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