Right on the waterfront but sheltered by clear plastic screens from the wind, the tables are on the opposite side of the road from the restaurant itself. Watching the waiters weaving through the traffic as they cross the road carrying trays of food was an entertainment in itself! When we were there at lunchtime the traffic noise was noticeable but did not really bother us.
The food was good. No expert on Greek dishes but everything was very enjoyable. We noted that there were a number of locals also there for lunch – generally a good sign! One thing to watch was that some of the mains come without any potatoes or rice – worth checking with the waiter when ordering. Very good value at 27 euros for one starter – easily enough for two, – two mains, a salad, and two beers. As with many Greek restaurants they presented us with complementary deserts (lovely fresh cinnamon doughnuts and honey) and raki (hardly needed at 2 o’clock on a hot afternoon!).
Altogether a great place for lunch in Heraklion.
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