A nice place a little off the beaten track. Nice atmosphere, charming decor. I arrived when there were few diners, and the service was a little slow, so during peak dining times it might be quite slow. The food, however, was quite good. I started with dolmades and bread drizzled in olive oil and had Mussels saganaki for a main - both were quite good and the house wine complimented them well. All in all, a very good dining experience.
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