We had a lovely, traditional three course Greek meal at this lively Taverna. We visited on a Tuesday "Greek night" and were pleased to also have the chance to enjoy the live music and even a little dancing!
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Family run and very friendly. Little slow asking if we would like any drinks before we order, apart from that the service was good. Food was very good, some came from their own farm. We visited on a night when they didn't have the Greek...More
Excellent selection of good local Greek food. Try the kreatopita (local meat pie). Great service and local live music.
Great food in a lovely setting it don't get much better , service was great very friendly and the food was all well cooked and very tasty and at a reasonable price my daughter had the warm chocolate brownie and she demolished it in no...More
Really traditional food mostly home grown and fresh. Very pleasant welcoming family who make you feel very welcome. Finished lunch with preserved grapes and preserved pomegranates served up wish probably the best homemade yoghurt in Greece.
We love our food & want nice, homely food even when we are away. To Steki ticked all the boxes for us. Delicious, authentic greek cuisine, reasonably priced. We went there a few times. There was live music on Sunday & the musicians really animated...More
It was extremely busy the evening we visited (a holy day I think) - service was very good, food similar to other restaurants. There was a trio of musicians there as well which gave a nice atmosphere.
Nice restaurant on the front. Slow service, nice fish meal but nothing special & was barely warm. My wife didn't enjoy her risotto, nothing wrong with it, but the waiter was most concerned that she hadn't eaten it all, but we explained that she had...More
Ok, we, as a couple have a problem. My husband has to eat and likes to drink wine on Holiday. I have had gastric sleeve surgery and can not eat large quantities and I am off the booze. It makes Holiday evenings a bit difficult...More