A lovely setting in a dismissed courtyard under what seems to be a centenary vine, we ate the best meal of our week-long stay in the Cyclades. This is unlikely all the run-of-the-mill, cut-and-paste tourist food we were served elsewhere, even when paying premium prices. It is, rather, the reinvention of mediterranean cuisine with a Greek flavour that doesn't forget the influence of the Near-East nor the proximity of Dardanelles. We started with a seafood bisque and a mint, cucumber and toasted pine-nuts cold soup that were as refreshing as they were tasty, and then proceeded to a full meal accompanied by a lovely wine, suggested by our waitress, pleasant in her demeanour and also to the eye.
We had absolutely no room for dessert, yet we ordered the truffle mix and a sherbet with figs - others have already commented on the morgasm it induced.
76 Euros for two is not on the cheap side, but we were glad to have finally been treated to a very respectable meal. Recommended.