We walked past this little taverna a couple of times on our way to Peppermint, and now after reading some of the reviews wish I hadn't.
We were always greeted with a friendly smile and hello from a young man who was obviously keen for us to try his families restaurant. There is a blackboard outside explaining that most of the produce is home grown, and you can actually see it growing in the field next door. I think the grandmother does most of the cooking. I'm sorry that I missed having a meal here, but If ever I go back to Argassi, this place will be one of the first restaurants I will try.
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