At 9pm the restaurant was empty, but as it got toward 10pm it filled up rapidly and the waiter became too busy to serve all the tables speedily. The food is good but corners are cut a little I feel (as in the insufficient staff the day we visited), and also with the bread at the start no butter or olive oil. Water was served in its plastic bottle. Wine (watery house red) in a traditional-looking copper-style beaker. Food was wholesome and comforting. As always, complementary raki and dessert, with the usual generous mini-jug of raki. Dessert was a bit children's party-like and not really up to the quality of the rest, but considering the entire meal cost almost half the amount of the average restaurant meal in Crete, it wasn't anything to complain about. Dining on the street was both lively and relaxing, watching passers by and stray cats. In sum, comforting wholesome food at a bargain price. Don't expect 5 star treatment, and enjoy the ambience.
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