This place was recommended to us by a local shopkeeper, as a suggestion for something a bit different from local Cretan cuisine. We booked, as the place is small and was full every night, which says a lot. The owner is a little eccentric, but friendly and a dry sense of humour. Lots of little quirky things dotted around the restaurant reflecting the owners personality.
The mixed starter plate for 2 at €8 was a little sparse, but full of fresh ingredients, although lacked in the power of flavours we'd expect from a place taking its' influence from Asian cuisine. The chopped pieces of nectarine were an uneccessary addition, which did nothing.
However, the next dish of Cambodian pork was superb and packed with rich flavours and so well cooked. I could have easily eaten the same dish again, so my only gripe was the amount was a bit small. The accompanying mixed vegetables were also nicely spiced.
Overall this was an interesting experience and the pork an absolute show stopper.
Slightly more expensive than the average for the town, but with a menu that changes daily, I 'd say it's worth a try if you fancy a change from stifado, souvlaki or moussaka.
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