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Found this gem of a restaurant using the Rick Steves book. And so glad we did! The best meal we had in Athens. We both ordered from the fixed price menu and were overwhelmed with the many offerings of appetizers and salad and the quality...More
We had a delicious lunch after a delightful stroll through the labyrinth of passages and alleys of the Anafiotika, our favorite part of the Plaka neighborhood. Waiters are older, a little rushed, and speak only limited English but they have an English menu. The food...More
I had a really long morning walking lots so needed lunch and came across this restaurant. What a lovely surprise! All the waiters were really polite middle aged Greeks which was a pleasant surprise after so many restaurants in this area have young somewhat indifferent...More
Quiet ambiance, great food and the lights of the Acropolis hovering above you. Finding your way here can be a little challenging but with a little luck you will make it to the top and enjoy your reward.
If you start along the busy Adrianou,...More
This is a quiet oasis near the Acropolis, in a charming traditional neighborhood, where you can enjoy a beautiful view over Athens while eating delicious, traditional Greek food. We enjoyed the toasted bread with olives and peppers, stuffed tomatoes, burgers, moussaka - and don't miss...More
My wife and I 'bumped' into this restaurant by accident.
What a magical location, feeling I traveled back in time.That's how I imagine paradise on earth!
One of the meals we had with my Australian wife was Spetsofai. She's very fussy with her food but...More