The first evening we wanted to eat at Vegera we arrived just before eight, and the placewas already full, so the next evening we arrived at seven, to be the first guests of the evening. There is no menu, and when I asked (I speak Greek) what we would get, the lady answered 'just wait and see, you'll get a "pikilía"', which means all sorts of different things. We first got a tasty lentil soup and a potato salad, and then all kinds of different dishes appeared on the table. When we thought we had finished after seven dishes, the lady came again, now with two plates with a big. fresh trout (they are bred locally). And then a tiramisu came up - the only non-Greek item, and then raki. It was all cooked with love, served with love - and eaten with love. And the bill? Just € 24 for two.
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