Beautiful view, tasteful dishes and gentle owners. Prices are a value for money but nothing special, just the traditional meat food .
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We loved the food cooked by the owners mother who has won awards for her traditional Greek cooking, the rooms were lovely, clean and airy with far reaching views over the mountains we stayed here 2 nights. The owner couldn't do enough for us and...More
This restaurant offers traditional food, however it is made without love. So do not expect to get anything in high quality.
I could only concur with previous reviewers about freshness of the ingredients and traditional recipes . Though the undeniable winner here is the view. It is absolutely gorgeous. We had traditional tzatziki and Greek salad followed by goat stew and boiled goat. It was tasty...More
Homemade cooking, following traditional recipes and using the best local materials. The 90% of our raw materials are their own products so that they can guarantee for their quality and taste. It is worth tasting local cheese such as: graviera, mizithra, anthotiro fresh or dried,...More
As the title says Panorama by name and panorama by nature. Sitting above the Askifou Plateau this taverna has stunning views across the plateau as well as the old Turkish Fort sat on top of a hill. We had a lovely meze lunch which was...More
We stopped and had drinks twice about midnight great view over Valtos beach, a local friend lives close and recommends the restaurant.
mainly a grill place. Our food was only average. Although they were welcoming at the entrance once they got us sat down with a wine and had taken our order they didn't speak to us once! We spent 10 mins trying to attracet attention for...More
We arrived just before dark to take some photos of the view which was nice but not as panoramic as I had hoped. The restaurant is quite simple (a plus in my opinion) but the mostly local food is freshly cooked and delicious, the owner/waiter...More
We were looking for a less busy place to celebrate my husbands birthday with family. Parga was a little too full. We went to this restaurant a few nights before and decided this had to be the place for our birthday celebration. The owner can't...More