The steak tartare (€28) was rather average. Heavy on the mustard and a few other spices (couldn't quite figure out which ones) and low on the onion. I think most Greeks are not used to the idea of eating raw meat, so maybe they were trying to make it easier for them by using too many spices by default, at the expense of those who really love steak tartare. However, they do come to your table before they mix the ingredients in and ask you how much you want of everything (except for the mustard and egg), so it might be my fault for telling them to use the default amounts.
Other things we got:
- Onion soup (just perfect) - €11
- Frog legs (very good. Very bony, but frog legs are always like that) - €22
- Steak au poivre (excellent meat, grilled rare just like we asked, nice sauce) - €24
- Crème brûlée (amazing, probably the best we've both had! best ratio of crust to cream ever!) - free! (see below)
The garlic/cheese bread was also really good, although it costs €2/person, which they don't ask you about, like they're supposed to by law.
Total cost for 2 people with wine: €125.5
The service was amazing. They even gave us free (incredible!) crème brûlée because I mentioned that the tartare was heavy on the mustard. They offered to take the tartare back and replace it, I just said no because I had already eaten half and didn't want to be a dick. And you get free digestifs at the end (mastiha liqueur, tsipouro, sambuca, limoncello) where they bring the *bottles* to your table and you can have as much as you want.
Overall, recommended if you don't mind it being overpriced (you can go to Michelin star restaurants for only slightly more than that). If you go, get the crème brûlée!
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