We sampled some of the local cycladian dishes in this friendly restaurant. The faba bean paste, soutzoukakia (meat balls), lamb chops and Greek salad were all up to standards with plenty of good olive oil. Good local wine for 6 euro (white) or 8 euro (red) a liter, or kilo as the Greeks measure. Minus points are: too many dishes with french fries on the
plates and no olive oil at the table. Positive points, nice that they ask whether the appetizer shold be served separately, in most other places they just automatically dump everything together on the table. We didn't try the fish so I can give no recommendation for their specialties, but I have good faith it will be OK since after all Captain Andreas was proud on his fish as the antique pictures in the restaurant show.
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