We had a meal on a night with very few customers. We had great service and an amazing table next to the water.
Overall all the dishes were very well prepared. You can tell that whomever is in the kitchen tries to elevate the food above the typical greek fish tavern.
We had Taramas, melizanosalata (egg plant dip), greek salad and tomato seared Calamari. All very good.
For main we had a large prawn (750gr) called Koloktipa in greek, cooked with spagetti and tomato sauce. Spagetti was cooked prefectly al dente. Tomatoe sauce was good but the strong tasteof the prwn was too diluted. Maybe preparing a better broth would have helped. They did include a lot of spagetti to accommodate the three of us even though the prawn size was possibly enough for only two. This dish is called "astakomakaronada" and the cost of it is by the weight of the koloktipa or the lobster used. The cost is €100/kg inclusive of the pasta that comes with it.
They offered us some sweets at the end on the house.
Overall the food was great and it is easy to eat fish in greece but hard to have really good fish, so I strongly reccomend it. We paid €45 per person including a bottle of white wine.
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