Our first visit to this taverna was a bit rushed, but we went again because the food was so good. All our subsequent visits were relaxing and the service was excellent. Davide, the Georgian who guided us to our seats, was very pleasant and helpful. Ellie, from Moldova, brought the food and served us with warmth and friendliness, and Theodore, one of the islanders, was always full of enthusiasm and friendly chat as he served us with food and wine. We had a carafe of house red on our last night, free.
I ate most of the Greek dishes on the menu and enjoyed every one. My wife has different tastes but was happy with the soups and the omelettes. The deserts were very good, too. Prices were very fair, considering the seaside location.
The fact that this was the taverna we visited most speaks for itself.
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