A secluded find with great warm food on a cold night. The walk up was a little shaky as the path is uneven but the owner was welcoming and offered us a seat inside straight away. There were ceiling heaters to keep its patrons warm.
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Couldn't tell you how to get to this restaurant. Discovered it while walking down from Acropolis to the Plaka. It sits on the hillside and is all about atmosphere. Old George talked us into taking a chance on this restaurant and young George served us....More
This is in a great location, on a corner a little above the Roman Agora. and with quite a few tables set out on the flight of steps that leads down from the base of the Acropolis. There’s a local feel to this café, and...More
Found this cafe by accident after visiting The Acropolis, so if you want great place for a bite and a drink after all that walking this is the place. Had the best Greek Salad while we were in Greece. The stuffed peppers I think we...More
In the nicest locations of Plaka(Athens historical center) where you can get some good Greek traditional sweets and coffee, Recommended from Monday to Friday, very busy during the weekend and it's almost impossible to find a place to seat.
We came here for a quick snack and tea after checking out the acropolis and instantly decided that we would need to come back for a real meal. Everything we ate was fresh and delicious. We tried the dolmas and the eggplant salad, cappuccino and...More
Coming down from Acropolis to Plaka we were surprised to find a beautiful place where we ate a fresh and tasteful seabass and were happy with services of George. Very quiet, peaceful place worth to go.
We have enjoyed this small restaurant so much that we have been here three times so far this week. It is away from the tourists, frequented by locals but with very friendly, educated English speaking staff who went out of their way to make us...More