You have to search this one out as it is not on any main road, but it is well worth it. The welcome we received and the friendlyness were outstanding. The decor is rustic and the food is excellent. Wide choice of traditional dishes. If I had anything other than good to say about the menu it would be that "fried potatoes" are infact chips and not some twist on a Greek dish. Everything else was great. Very good value for money and not in any way expensive. We were really lucky in that on the night we ate there (Tuesday) there was a quartet singing and playing Greek music which made for a wonderful evening. I don't usually gush about these things but this restaurant is worth it.
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