We were at the area of Kamari, thinking where we should have our morning swim. We also had in mind that we want to find a place to have our dinner. The Tavern Lolos at that point was full of people. What made a huge...More
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We went to lolos on our last night in Santorini. We chose it because it was in Kamari and it was near to our hotel. Traditional, authentic tavern, excellent place and pleasant environment. We had an incredible meal there.Lettuce salad was extremely good, with vinegar...More
Well, i never see bigger dishes than here! Regardless what you order, the portion is big and, in most of the cases, you can eat it all! I try chicken and pork, for dinner with an excellent wine from Santorini. The restaurant is not far...More
Lovely restaurant, we had a great time there. Our meal was perfect, traditional food and service was quick and friendly. We had the white wine Santorini asyrtiko, fried squid, grilled shrimps,sardines and rocket salad with balsamic. Fantastic dishes, fresh seafood and fish. Great location, excellent...More
Grilled kalamari,fried shrimps First day in Santorini and because we were tired, we wanted to go somewhere to eat, but close to our hotel. We chose taverna Lolos. Traditional tavern, full with great environment. We ordered red lolos barrelled wine and seafood dishes in the...More
Lolos is a truly inviting restaurant. Good food, wine and excellent service. Staff were especially friendly and helpful. I would recommend this restaurant, delicious seafood and meat dishes, plus traditional Greek dishes at affordable prices. Gets a thumbs up from me.
We were a walk in group of 13 on the last night of the summer season. Anthony was a delightful host. The grilled sea bream was excellent and a great value at 14.50 euro. The mussels had a nice zest. Anthony assisted in selecting a...More
Ate here twice in the 10 days at the resort. Traditional Greek fayre served by efficient staff. Good choice at reasonable prices - Meal for two with 2 half litres of wine for about 40 euros.
The food here is good, but the service is slow and impersonal. Worst of all though is the music - a recording of Zorba the Greek on a permanent loop. Fun at first, but after an hour I had my fingers in my ears. Even...More