We had wandered past the Tolis a number of times and put it on our 'to visit' list so the sight of a spit roasting pig in the window one afternoon drew us back in the evening. This a traditional back street taverna only a stone's throw from the harbour front and it attracts many tourists and locals alike. When we seated ourselves it was early and empty except for a few locals drinking Ouzo but by the time we left every table was occupied. We were able to just walk in and get seated but the table next to us has been reserved by a family of 3 and it certainly wouldn't harm to reserve a table particularly on Sunday in high season when the whole of Loggos feels busy.
We had traditional greek starters and salad followed by roast pig served with fries - my husband thought he had rather a lot of fat and skin with his portion but we took that away in a doggie bag for the local cats so nothing was wasted! The meat was succulent and beautifully seasoned with herbs. Many had their meat served in gyros with a salad or fries dish on the side. The open red wine was served warm (we thought this was because it was kept in the kitchen area) which took a little getting used to but as it cooled to the outdoor temperature it was very palatable. The service was friendly and welcoming. It wasn't any cheaper or more expensive than the tavernas on the front - our meal with bread, starters, salad, two spit roast mains, 2 bottles of water and a litre of open red wine came to 55 Euros. We would definately go back.
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