First night in Paros and we were recommended this place by our guest house. Arrived and the place was only half full. We were sat down and had to wait a good while to be served as the lady that sat us down appeared not to speak English, I'll come back to her later. After waiting for a good few minutes for someone else to be made available we eventually were asked if we were eating, to which we replied yes. It must have been nearly ten minutes before we got a drink. We then ordered a few plates of mixed stuff, a crab salad which was made from seafood sticks which must contravene trade descriptions and a couple of other items. Each item arrived five minutes apart from one another which made for a really disjointed meal. I fully understand the concept of food arriving when it's ready in Greece but this was too long. To be fair the other dishes were tasty but I would have like to have enjoyed them all together.
We did get a feeling at this place that we were not as welcome as some of the other guests.
The next day we walked by and the lady who did not appear to speak English was having a full conversation with some customers in English. Wierd experience in all.
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