It's not close to the main port but right at the small port that connects to Antiparos. Kind of desolate and not init ally inviting until you step in the place and realize the refinement of the details and culture the hosts have for Greek wines and for the local cuisine with a refined twist. We had the cheese pie (lots of heath) as baptizer and for the main dish beef with mashed potatoes and grilled fish. We let the owner pick the desert for us and we we served twice their cherished brand of "agua ardente". Very well received and at the end were shown the other areas of the restaurant and the owner spent some time explained their vision and passion Overall cost us 70 euros minus tip.
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