We stumbled on this restaurant on our first night in Athens while walking through the Plaka and going by a number of restaurants. This was on the highest spot and a bit away from the craziness of some of the other ones. Really charming atmosphere and at the foothill of the Acropolis...but honestly I wouldn't go for the view. First there's a huge tree that blocks most of it and second it's so close to the hill that it's almost too close to see it. Having said that...who cares! The outdoor atmosphere is charming. The food is the usual Greek food you'd expect (greek salad, dips, dolmades, moussaka) except it was bar none the best we had throughout our trip, even compared to more "high brow" places we tried. The greek salad was big, delicious, and fresh. The moussaka was really light tasting which is a welcome change. And we were offered a little complimentary dessert which was a nice gesture. In retrospect, we should have gone back our other evenings in Athens instead of trying of couple of other places which left us completely unimpressed by comparison.
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