What a beautiful and lush setting for a restaurant! The tables are set out in a magical green garden of fruit-laden orange trees. From the branches hang lights, gourds, and scales/hooks (Kantari is an old Turkish name for scales). The florr is a hard-trodden mud floor and the fountain adds sound and colour to the night. Live candles on each table. The waiters are not the friendliest, but professional and efficient. The food is delicious, and their house red is good too. Try a Raki as an appetiser! Their bread rolls are fresh from the oven and I can highly recommend their "Giaourtloy"..a dish so fragrant and zesty and full of flavour, that my mouth is watering from the memory of the delicious pita smothered in a tangy tomato salsa, topped with spicy keftedes and pork and creamy yoghurt. It's like a mouthful of pure flavour. Worth a visit. gets busy from around 8pm, but quiet late afternoon, early evening.