This is the place to visit for genuine local food cooked in the traditional way. When you enter down some very steep steps it's a bit like going into an old air raid shelter. The thing I didn't like was the overpowering smell of a particularly pungent local cheese being cooked. However, my friend and I have eaten here on many occasions because we like good food, well prepared. Like another reviewer noted, this isn't fast food, so leave plenty of time to enjoy your meal. On my last visit, I noticed the head waiter from a very good restaurant across the road entertaining three friends at the next table. That speaks volumes as far as I'm concerned.
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