This is one of the restaurants that will afford you a great sunset view during dinner. The menu selection is typically Greek and the hospitality is as if you're entering a family home - really cozy. If you're a couple and would like something quiet and romantic, we suggest you to choose weekdays as it is a family restaurant. They do have a little playground on the lower floor if you have children.
Serving portions were more than what we expected with the seafood platter which was for 2 pax but we felt that it was for at least 4 pax. There was also a great touch of a complimentary welcome drink and a dessert. One shouldn't leave without trying the sinful fried saganaki!