I have transliterated the name from Greek since Firefox won't let me add on Greek language. However, you can find it as you travel down "Somerset' (see Google map and zoom in on Rio) towards the sea on the left-hand side just as you cross the railway lines.
'Tesseres Epoches' It has been our favourite restaurant in Rio for many years now, both as a couple and booking a table for small parties. The service and atmosphere is a cut above the average 'taverna' with excellently prepared typically Greek food. The house wines are sold by the kilo (but you can buy 1/2 or 1/4) and are very palatable, particularly the Cabernet. A dessert is usually included as a bonus, and a tot of 'tentoura' - the cinnamon-flavoured liqueur (to aid, digestion, the Greeks say) if you ask.
They have menus in English, and I think, French.
Well worth a visit.
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