My girlfriend and I chanced upon this Greek restaurant some years ago and we have been back there ever since with religious zeal. I cannot praise it enough, the food is excellent, especially the Sea Bream (best fish I have ever had anywhere, including Cyprus, Greece and Portugal). The haloumi is also very good, as is the mezedes. On Saturday nights
a belly dancer usually appears around ten and gyrates her way through the tables and loosens inhibitions in the manner of a human form of a bottle of whisky. After her dazzling turn the waiters appear with tambourines and proceed to demolish a wharehouse´s worth of plates like undiscovered virtuosi and the place metamorphosises into a discoteque complete with broken plates, streamers and effervescent customers throwing inhibition to the four winds of the Aegean. All of the above makes this place incredibly memorable. Glasses of ouzo are dished out for free and you leave the place in a wonderful mood, well fed, entertained and reminded of those pleasures of life that eclipse the sterile technological matrix we are currently enmeshed in - a truly Greek experience! Bravo.