We were stopped by a very charming man as we walked past his restaurant and he invited us in for a meal, it was our first night so we carried on and said we would come back another night. We did and we were not disappointed, however, the food served is relatively cosmopolitan with Greek, British, Indian and other dishes available.
The view across to the sea is quite pleasant and the general ambiance enjoyable, we ate there on two occasions and enjoyed both. They did seem to cater for the British tourist, but we ate Greek food on both occasions. The cost of the food and wine was quite good in comparison to other places, but the quality was perhaps a little off, but in no way poor.
We went in on one night when they had an English guy playing the guitar, he was ok and the songs he played were solid favourites.
So, is it worth a visit, yes, is it the best in town, don’t think so, but it was an enjoyable place.
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