The place looks as if it came out of the 50's. In a good way.
Excellent decor, cozy, it feels like a small corner shop that my grandfather would probably buy his weekly groceries from.
As for the food itself, don't expect fancy stuff. Just regular greek cuisine. No touristy souvlaki available, just home-cooked food. Stuffed tomatoes, gioulbasi, homemade lamb-pie, fava, aubergines imam etc.
A bit further up the road from the scenic seafront, but well worth it.
Dinner available on Fridays and Saturdays only.