The restaurant is part of the Kapari Natural Resort. It’s difficult to find from the coastal path, but much easier from the road above. We hadn’t booked and there was no difficulty in finding a shaded table with great views of the caldera.
We visited for lunch without realising that fine dining takes place in the evenings only. For lunch there is a relatively limited snack menu and at first we were disappointed with the limited selection. However, my risotto verde was a delight and my husband loved his Cretan pasta dish served with wild mushrooms and fennel. Our lunch was made by being hosted by Rania who was attentive, friendly and speaks very good English.
We had a superb lunch and can highly recommend Kapari.