This is an unpretentious, relatively inexpensive little "estiatorio mbar" in a spectular setting, perched on top of the cliffs next door to the Theotoku Monastery. We walked from the Akrotiri hotel to the monastery (a brisk 40-minute hike), and after visiting the monastery, which closes at 8 pm, walked to the restaurant next door. The place was nearly empty. An orthodox priest was sitting at one of the tables, observed our hesitation while reading the menu posted at the door, and cheerfully advised us "Oreia psari" ("delicious fish"). We took a table on the terrace on the edge of the cliff, listening to the surf on the rocks hundreds of feet below and watching the sun set. This is, without a doubt, the most spectacular setting of any restaurant in Paleokastritsa. We ordered the house wine and salad. My wife had the grilled swordfish, which was excellent and inexpensive (about 10 euro, I believe). Since I am not a fish person, I had the chicken kebabs, which were good but not outstanding, served with French fries or "chips". We did not see any other tourists, at least no British or Americans, unlike the restaurants closer to the center of town.
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