I know Aegina very well and have been to many of the typical Greek restaurants along the waterfront, but this was my first visit to Kappos Etsi. Although it was a little chilly to sit outside the pretty courtyard seating was beautifully decorated. Inside there was a totally modern feel, more like an upmarket city restaurant. Interesting artwork on the walls, fresh, modern, with a mezzanine level floor above the kitchen. The staff were polite and very efficient and quickly took our drinks orders while we looked at the very interesting menu. The Greek dishes were all given a new twist, making them sound very appealing, such as tomato fritters with a mustard dip, courgette balls with a dipping sauce, an amazing green salad with cheese slivers and pistachio nuts. The special feta 'fest' was beautiful, coated in honey and sesame seeds. Our favourite was the belly pork, chargrilled to perfection with am amazing sauce. The house wine was cheap at 2.50euro for a half litre, and the whole bill for four people was an astounding 42 euros. We have hardly paid such a small amount for such a delicious meal, with food cooked and served so beautifully. The place was full when we left, mostly local Greeks, and we will undoubtedly return.
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