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Homemade Greek food

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Homemade Greek food

Hi where off to pefkos in September, am a chef , so am very picky with my food , can spot microwave meal a mile away!! Would like some good reccommendatiions for good Greek homemade food please ??

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1. Re: Homemade Greek food

Lots for you to try, but authentic Greek food at George's ,and for Greek with a modern twist try Kyma, both excellent.

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2. Re: Homemade Greek food

If you are looking for traditional homemade Greek food then eat in the more traditional tavernas and avoid the glitsy restaurants that unfortunately Pefkos has. Lardos is also a good bet for serving more traditional, homecooked food.

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Rhodes Town, Greece
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4. Re: Homemade Greek food

Hi Charlie

Fully agree with CPD22 on Kyma, but also try Philosophia.

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5. Re: Homemade Greek food

And I agree with Sharklette. Georges was great , we never tried Philosophia but friends did and said it was excellent

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6. Re: Homemade Greek food

Hi there

Try this lovely taverna, it really is very good Greek food, and beautiful views too.

tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g666539-…

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7. Re: Homemade Greek food

hhhmmmm the only one tried was the Artemida in Psinthos village and it was pretty good! They bake the food in a ceramic plates. Really nice!

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8. Re: Homemade Greek food

DAMA DAMA on Lee Beach Road in Pefkos. Family run and would advise you to book as it's always busy around 7.30 pm onwards. Most tables are all bookings as the food is excellent.

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9. Re: Homemade Greek food

Anixis gets my vote, we're not ones for eating in the same place every night but we loved it here. It gets busy but sit at the bar with a drink and it's worth the wait.

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10. Re: Homemade Greek food

Hi.

If you are hiring a car then I recommend going to this place.

http://www.lachaniaplatanostaverna.com/

The food was amazing and the moussaka was out of this world. I would highly recommend.

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