You're probably already on cloud nine when you arrive at this coastal, hillside taverna on a summer's evening. The hip rustic decor, the bustle on the terrace, the sea breeze and the setting sun are a sensory experience to treasure. It's always busy, therefore wise to book, but the charming owner runs a tight ship, and as most greek restauranteurs, she is ever-present and involved. If there's a wait for a table, you can sit at the lovely bar and take in the ambience (and some liquids). It's hard to tell how much the atmosphere influences our memory of the food and wine, but on both occasions we visited, we had fabulous traditional greek food, beautifully cooked and well-presented. Not the cheapest in the area but still reasonable and worth the money. Gluten-free options for my daughter? "Of course!" They were ahead of the game on this. Even GF pasta. Swordfish was dreamy. The Moussaka wasn't piping hot but we later discovered that Greek food is traditionally served slightly less hot for digestion. The house white, served by the litre, was delicious. "Can we really drink a whole litre of wine?" we asked on our first night in Kefalonia. Answers on a postcard... ;-) Yamas!