Very nice small fish restaurant, mostly visited by Greek customers. Menu is also partly in English. Food is delicious at very fair price. I don’t drink it but the place is also famous for its ozou.
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This place is a small gem. Concentrated on fish, the servings are massive and the food is delicious. I had a Greek salad, which would have been enough for two people, and saganaki prawns, accompanied by a massive loaf of excellent bread. The prawns were...More
I know and visit this place for decades now.....the grilled octapus reminds me the top quality of the ouzo places of my hometown Volos....the french fries, fresh and cut by hand can only be compared of those made at home, the fried small shrimps and...More
Everything is ok...except if you are Romanian. Since we sat at the table, the owner asked us where we are from..and when we said Romanian he made a face..the face. When I ordered grilled prawns, he brought me fried shrimps. ( there was a table...More