Themelos looks lovely, very trendy, very arty, just behind main stretch of restaurants. It's a shame that it is not on a thoroughfare because many people just do not pass it & wouldn't know it was there, and the setting is so pretty. Somehow they need to advertise where they are. The food was nicely done and slightly unusual - beet root salad was just chopped beet root ( which was lovely) with a crunchy dressing which didn't particularly taste of anything. Veal was lovely as was the crunchy shrimps and good wine. However, my main criticism is that there was not a menu, we asked for 1 but was told it was only in Greek, so the waitress listed all we could have, which I had forgotten by the time she got to the end, and of course we had no idea of prices! They had a lovely printed flyer in Greek and English setting out their history and all the things they did, including cookery classes, but no menu in English with prices! Big mistake! I like to read the menu a couple of times before deciding what I want. It would be a shame if people didn't go because it really is nice, but please, please, get something written down in other languages, even if written on a blackboard, people need to read something and to know how much they are going to pay! There is a lot of competition in Batsi, this is a bit different, they need to capitalise on that.
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