After reading the amazing reviews about To Pinakio we just had to find this restaurant we weren't disappointed. It's location is quietly hidden as the sign is in greek and it's very subtle decor doesn't stand out but the food certainly does.
We were greeted with a free shot of raki, which is very strong but worth tasting nevertheless - and a small welcome tomato, bread and olive plate. Delicious. The food portions are modestly sized but the quality is excellent and very easy on the eye. We had the greek salad, meatballs, chicken souvlaki (which was coated with sesame seeds, yum!) and everything was wonderfully cooked.
The prices are very reasonable too, the bill for two came to around 30 Euros including starters, drinks and main courses.
However, the two waiters are possibly overrun (or maybe too laid back?) when the restaurant is packed as we had to wait a touch too long for the initial menus (although they were quick to bring the free nibbles and raki) and they could've been a bit more attentive when it came to ordering another drink. But it didn't spoil the experience - To Pinakio is a must visit!!
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