In October Corfu is less busy and the restaurant was thankfully mostly empty. Served straight away, ordering first a Corfu Beer Red followed by local dish (and Sunday dinner for Corfiots) Pastitsada (€11.50) which is a lovely and tender long pasta served with meat, traditionally rooster, but i suspect here it is braised beef for the tourist palate. It was tasty. Another local dish, Sofrito, is lovely and is also served here.
Ok, the owner won't win prizes for witty reparte, but its family run with the kids helping out too and right by the Old Port and the climb up to the New Fort its a handy location when you're flagging. The tables are kept immaculately clean and it has a welcome toilet as well as top signal strength wi-fi.
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