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smells fully greek

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smells fully greek

kindly advise in athens... a restaurant... outdoor place, uzo-mezes-seafood...full of locals

a real one which smells fully greek

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1. Re: smells fully greek

Ouzeri Lesvos.

39 Emmanouil Benaki Street, near Panepistimio Metro Station.

Traditional small taverna, nothing fancy but clean and simple. Serves traditional Lesviot mezedes and fish/seafood that's shipped from Lesvos every morning. They also ship two of the best ouzos of Lesvos (Giannatsi and Pitsiladi) which are rarely found outside the island.

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thanks..could u advise one more which has sea view?

asking for too much?:))

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Take the tram to Glyfada from the top of Syntagma sq,get of at Paleo Dimarchio stop,in the seaside you will find a couple of tavernas with seafood,local place not fancy,

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Hi again!

Keep in mind that whether you are in Athens or in the islands, the best seafood places won't have seaview. This is actually a great rule to follow if you wish to find the good places. If it's a gem, then it's hidden. ;-)

If your budget permits, Delfinia in Glyfada (5 Diadohou Pavlou Street) is a good option although the view is towards the marina and not the open sea. You can see some photos here, and decide if you like it: http://www.estiatoria.gr/product.asp?gid=262

Another option, also on the expensive side, also with view to the marina is Nikolas Tis Schoinoussas (48 Diadohou Pavlou Street, Glyfada). Click on Photo Gallery here to see part of the view: www.greekeat.gr/restaurant.php…

For a cheap option, I highly recommend Maridaki. It's right on the 2nd marina of Glyfada (2 minutes from the tram stop). They have very few but fresh options; it's not for picky eaters though or for enjoying a seafood feast.

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5. Re: smells fully greek

Υes Maridaki is the one I meant,don't remember names well.

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Ah, I didn't know that the name of the tram stop was Paleo Dimarchio and I thought that you mean't another location.

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Yes is the tram stop before the tram enters the main street in Glyfada.

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