My husband and I ate at Katina's on the recommendation of a foodie friend & we enjoyed the food a lot. We got the platters - one chicken and one pork - came with grape leaves, olives, spanikopita, veggies, pita & perhaps something else. The restaurant is very small - 13 tables. Because it was the off-season, there was only 1 waiter and they were totally slammed that night, so there was a wait (and was crowded), but it was worth it.
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