They welcomed us with grilled bread with olive oil and salt (bread & salt is the name of the restaurant in Greek), which was awesome, as well as a cold tomato soup (great idea to cool down on a hot summer day).
For appetizers, we got a fried manouri cheese with raisins and sesame and an egglant salad with feta cheese. Both were great.
For main dishes, we tried the cooked slightly spicy beef cheeks, accompanied with yogurt sauce and eggplant, and the striftadia (greek pasta) with basil pesto, chicken and grape tomatoes.
We finished our perfect dinner with a sweet cream with apricots and biscuit crumble.
It's a totally must-visit restaurant from one of the top celebrity chefs in Greece. Do go!
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