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Christos Taverna is one of four on Manganari Beach. It has a stunning location, with wide steps leading up directly from the first of the three main beaches at Manganari. The views from the taverna are breathtaking, & watching the sun go down behind the...More
The view and the location are majestic, however this tavern is ine of the worst that I have ever been in Greece.
First of all, the service was terrible. The waiter looked very dirty and was super rude. Then I asked them if the squids...More
When you pull up on the bus to Manganari Beach from Ios Town the first thing you see is Christos Taverna, as it was the only restaurant in site we knew where we were having lunch that day. The décor is rustic, old school Greece...More
We arrived on the bus from IOS town, and there was quite an interval between buses to go back.
This a lovely beach with very little on it except this beach bar type restaurant.
At one end is Christos which has seating inside and out...More
Visited end of August, at a time that the restaurant was not busy at all. It was one of the very few options available in Maganari, seeming decent. The place was rather run down, and the area where you go in order to order was...More
At Manganari beach, the choice in restaurant is very limited. Christos Taverna offers however a simple but good greek cuisine. I had a fish soup and all ingredients were fresh and tasty.
It was very busy so I guess not easy on the service which...More
We ate at Christos Taverna at Manganari Beach after driving over from Chora for the day. The taverna is covered but open at the sides to allow the sea breeze and views. The food is fresh and not overly expensive considering it has a virtual...More
We ate three times at Christos Taverna at Manganari Beach. The food was freshly cooked and was reasonably priced. This was early in the season (early June 2016) and I can imagine that at the high of Summer it would be very crowded as it...More