Very unfriendly staff!!!Very expensive ,bad guality. My worst experience in Santorini!!! I will never go back again.
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the staff was rude !! very bad experience ! the food was better years before but now................ fits with the rest of it never again there
The setting in this beautiful whitewashed village is stunning. The food was traditional Greek and delicious. We went once and returned a few times to be greeted with a friendly welcome from Susie the waitress, If you want a traditional Greek restaurant used by locals...More
We've been at Raki restaurant few days ago... my wife and me...and they have made our dinner unforgettable, the waitress and the waiter were so pleasent carefull and open to tell us whatever we asked about; the kitchen was really appetizing and made with the...More
Stumbled across this restaurant and returned the following day for a cooking experience with the resident chef. Their passion for good food, simply cooked with the best ingredients translates into exceptional food. The restaurant were flexible and created dishes not on the menu on request,...More
Are you the kind of person that goes into a taverna because the elders of the village sit there and play cards? We are and we did not regret it. Actually had 4 dinners here in two weeks. For us the best fava and souvlaki...More
This restaurant is in a very good location in the heart of the village. There is plenty of shade from the very hot sun in July. The service was friendly. We only had a couple of glasses of wine and Mythos. The food which was...More
Very friendly staff, will accommodate even if what you want is not on current menu. Food is excellent and locally sourced. Good atmosphere. A pleasure to eat there, made all their customers feel part of the family.
Our experience at Raki and in the beautiful town of Megalochori was priceless. Raki is a beautiful restaurant in the main square of this small traditional Greek village. The food was excellent and Vana, the chef, is a master. In addition, our waiter, Makis, was...More