Sokratous Street in Old Town Rhodes, runs downhill (or uphill, depending on your approach) all the way from the Mosque of Suleiman to the Marine Gate. It's steep at times, but a pleasant walk lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes. Like many restaurants in the Medieval City of Rhodes, this one occupies a rooftop and overlooks a garden in the courtyard below. The place is shaded and cool and a pleasant place to rest for an hour or two. The staff is charming and eager to please and the menu is quite traditional and well-prepared.
My party and I ordered Tzatziki and pita which arrived quickly. The yogurt and cucumber concoction is a staple in the Greek diet and is cooling and refreshing on a hot day. If you like bread, the pita is like manna from heaven. I asked for fried squid; another in my party got Moussaka; and another got the fried cheese that is often served as mezza. All of us were pleased.
The restaurant was crowded, so it seemed that it was popular and both service and food was quite good. I'd definitely try this place again. Free Wi-Fi is advertised, but neither our waiter nor one of our guests could get it to work. So it goes.
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