Good service, very tasty food. No waiting for the drinks and the food. We can highley recommend this taverna . Try the tierokafteri, cheese saganski and the lamb! Promise you will not be disappointed❤️ thank you for à nice dinner!
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Visited this taverna as it looked so lovely from the outside. Food was great, mixed grill and moussaka both lovely. House red wine also very good. Excellent location too
Whilst Tzatziki is wonderful it's nice to have a good choice of other starters and Syrtaki offered a much wider choice than other restaurants - see photos. All our meals were delicious. Price was very reasonable. Service was excellent/friendly/helpful. They also sold traditional Marouvas wine...More
Eventhough we arrived just a bit before closing, the service was very good and nice, the food was also very good and we were happy with everything we ordered.
They are saying that grandma is cooking in the kitchen, and this is true. The food is delicious and authentic. The portions are big and prices reasonable. This is a family run restaurant and you can appreciate the devotion and love of this family into...More
We visited twice during our trip, and would probably have ended up here again if we had had the time. As vegetarians it was hard going finding quality food in Crete so this was a really good find! We had a selection of starters (eggplant...More
A nice taverna with excellent food and service. Always appeared to be full and popular. Nice to eat and finish off with a Metaxa at angels bar opposite
Visited twice during our holiday . Once for lunch and had very well cooked Sea Bream and my husband had grilled Calamari . The best he's ever tasted. For dinner on Tuesday we sword fish and shrimp Saganaki . House white wine very good ....More
We enjoyed almost everything here: house dry white wine exceptional, Greek Salad fabulous, egg plant and trio dips incredible, fish soup was so-so, and the fresh tuna was prepared as a grilled dish but was overly marinated which removed its natural fish favor. The Greek...More