Me and my wife were tempted to have dinner at Armonia by the manager, who stood by the door and invited us to try some items on the menu. Inside we were treated with home-like hospitality, including a free water jug and freshly baked crisp bread.
The cafe interior resembles a traditional greek tavern with accurate small tables and checkered tablecloth - all very clean and cosy. Throughout our stay, traditional music played, and we've noticed quite a few locals having dinner or just talking and drinking. It gives the place a very authentic and sincere atmosphere, ideal for a romantic dinner or a family meal.
For us the best part was small talk with the manager, who is very friendly and helpful. At the end of the meal he even treated us to some halva dessert "on the house".
Food is very good, but not exceptional. However, chef's musaka dish is a must-try.
- The cafe isn't cheap, we spent 20 eur per person, but the cheque could easily go to 30;
- We didn't see any outdoor seating, while many other places around had chairs and tables outside, with brazier heaters to keep the customers warm in March.
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