This is a traditional roadside Taverna which can cater for large parties. It is apparently a venue used by the locals to celebrate their birthdays, christenings, etc. and was decorated with pink ribbons and streamers when we went for just such a recent event. The food is very good traditional Greek and there is a covered verandah at the front with great elevated views over the countryside and sea, with windows to let in any breeze, so it's one to visit for lunch when you are exploring the area, or in the evening if you fancy somewhere away from the beach. It takes 15-20 minutes to walk up to it and it's worth it for the warm welcome from George and his son when you get there. And remember it's down hill all the way back! We were there this year for lunch and had a variety of starters shared between us - decent portions - including Giant Beans, fried small fish (anchovies and sardines), Meatballs, and Zuccini and Cheese Balls all of which were very tasty. Our 'come again' was a mini Irish Coffee. Yummy!