The restaurant is strategically built on a small hill above Ai Lagoudis beach at a direct distance of maximum 100 meters from sea water. From this position the view of Kyparissia bay is spectacular any hour of the day. Personally, I prefer clear nights looking at the distant lights of Zacharo across the bay. The café has a lot more outdoor sitting space than interior facility, thus enabling long night out enjoyable dinner or after dinner drinking discussions during summer time. In the morning time the place runs mostly as a Café, with coffee in a lot of versions. Later on and near noon most customers turn in for ouzo and meze with various salads. The restaurant time is mostly when darkness comes and heat waves are followed by nightly sea breeze. The place is perfectly managed by the young lady owner who walks and talks with customers all the time allowing no place for mistakes or low level of service. The kitchen is typical Greek with meat, fish options or any local vegetable combination option. The fish differs seasonally and according to weather. My preferred choices are sardines (seasonal) and desalted cod fish with garlic purée. Technically speaking, Kyparissia major area produces olive oil with minimal acidity and this restaurant exploits this advantage at its best by using first quality olive oil in cooking typical Mediterranean food with lots of vegetable! This is after all the biggest difference between Greek and French cuisine. Greek cuisine cooks the tastes whereas the taste rather covers French food with tasteful sauces. The wine options they offer are mostly from Peloponnese, which I consider very important support for local economy. On the other hand, En plo offers a large place -adequately fit with toys- for customer children not to get bored. Do not miss this restaurant if your vacation plans contain this lovely city!
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