We went based on local recommendations and Trip Advisor. It was certainly better than many or most of the restaurants we've eaten at in Greece in general and Santorini in particular... But that isn't saying much. The food was well prepared but it wasn't, you know, transcendent. (We stayed away from the souvlaki which others found to be overcooked.). It was all good to very good and the prices are very reasonable. The house wine (we had white) was completely acceptable. I recommend the lamb loin and the grilled shrimp, also the house Anogi salad. The so-called Greek hamburger was wierd: a large flat patty floating on puréed vegetable, no bun. It seemed a crime to call it a hamburger (by American standards). The service was fine, and everyone seemed very cheerful.
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