We arrived upon this restaurant at lunchtime, when - to our bedazzlement - most seats in the restaurants along that street were empty. The chef told us that it's very crowded at night only, bevause tourists use the day time at the beach or for excursions.
We asked for vegetarian options and were lead inaide the kitchen by the middle-aged Greek chef who showed us the freshly prepared options. They all looked very good, so we decided to stay.
We were very happy that we stayed. The Greek salad was phenomenal, with a great feta cheese, aromatic herbs, and flavorful greens. The best Greek salad we were served during our Balkan trip. Else we ate Briam, a traditional Greek potato dish prepared in the oven, and oven-baked beans with tomatoes and plenty of olive oil.
The server and the chef were both very attentive and we were so taken that we decided to come back one more time.
Even Vegetarians will be happy at this place!
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