We dined at jimmy's on our first night in Agia Pareskevi after having a look around the other local restaurants and tavernas. We made a good choice, which was based on the fact that there were hardly any tables left vacant. We were given bread to start along with a sweet pepper and sundried tomato dip a bit like a tapenade. It was excellent. Starters were an aubergine dip and a tzatziki. I had the fish special which was a baked fillet of white fish cooked with potatoes, onions and tomatoes. An really tasty main couse. my partner had a mixed souvlaki which she said was very good. drinks were 2 large and 1 small beer and came to e reasonable e7.50. We received complimentary ouzo and liqueur with the total bill coming to e34.90 including the beers. We visited again later in our holiday to sample the pizzas which we had seen on our fisrst visit. These turned out to be well worth returning for. We again had the bread and superb pepper & tomato dip followed by one anchovy pizza for me at e10.50 and one tuna pizza at e9.50 for my parner. the total bill including one large mythos, one mineral water, one metaxa and one Baileys coffee came to e27.