This is an Italian restaurant in the little village of Naoussa, on the island of Paros. Naoussa is a charming little village crammed with restaurants, so choosing a good one is somewhat of a challenge. On our first night we ate at the port, which is the most popular dining-spot for obvious reasons. It also seems to have a bit of a fast-food mentality, with ordinary food and less-than-attentive staff. On our second night we explored the back streets and found Dolce Vita, a charming little courtyard restaurant with lush vegetation and candlelit tables. Having 'eaten Greek' for several days we were ready for a change of cuisine and were very happy with the quality of the food. Members of our group chose pizzas, penne arabbiata, pork scallopine with mushrooms and pork scallopine in a red wine sauce. All were delicious and accompanied by an excellent red wine from an extensive wine list. At less than 20 Euros per head including salads and three bottles of wine, it was also very good value.
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