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“Going downhill”
Review of Arodo

Arodo
Ranked #69 of 355 Restaurants in Paros
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Greek
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed August 11, 2013 via mobile

This used to be my favourite place on Paros. The beach is fabulous, very shielded from the wind, free sun lounges and excellent table service. The restaurant has however gone downhill, compared to last year the service has dropped, the food is not as fresh and they even tried to serve me prawns that were way off their sell by date - and didn't even want to accept my complaint. It is such a shame, but I doubt I will return.

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3  Thank Kirsti H
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

Take the last boat from Parikia harbour at around 19:00 and go and have a last swim before sunset and dinner right after.The perfect way to end a day and spend the evening.

2  Thank davidroessli
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Reviewed June 5, 2013

the location is very nice you are very close to the sea.the service wasn't so good.the guy came with his swimming-suit wet this is not a good icon for a restaurant.we order chicken filet and pork filet.it was ok but the price was too much for two main course.

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Reviewed December 10, 2012

Super place in paroikia s bay.Highly recommended. Very nice food and logical prices.
You can enjoy there the beach you can have drinks snacks lunch or dinner.
You can go there by car or you can choose the traditional kaiki which starts from the main port of paroikia.
I can t recommend a special plate because everything there is nice

2  Thank dionysios c
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Reviewed November 17, 2012

This cafe / restaurant is actually located on a dock, right by the sea. I visited during the early afternoon and had coffee and late lunch after swimming. I realized how bad a club sandwich can be!! The over toasted stale bread they used was as hard as a rusk and painful to chew on. The sandwich had only a thin slice of cheese and a this slice of ham, maybe one lettuce leaf as well and it was difficult to swallow and tasteless (in an attempt to eat it i used the ketchup they brought on the side as a spread). Not to mention that it cost too much for a club sandwich. I remember dining there a couple of years ago and everything was fine. Too bad that the (rude) owners changed their business model to: "rip off the tourists". To sum up: Great location, terrible food, understaffed (the waiters were almost running to keep up with the orders). Avoid eating there, if you decide to go get a coffee, soda or beer (and be patient).

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1  Thank AAlhazred
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