The restaurant was a little away from the main activity in the village but it turned out to be a very pleasant dining experience. First of all I would like to comment on the waiter/waitresses, three young people who knew exactly what had to be done to add to the ambience of this unassuming restaurant. They were very friendly, pleasant & efficient, everything was carried out with a smile & a little 'chat'. The food was very good, the beer & white wine were cold and very welcome. The outstanding meal for me was the main course of Kalamari, very well cooked and accompanied with potatoes, salad & an excellent sauce.
It may be a little away from the rest but well worth an extra 100 meters of walking.
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