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Poseidonos Avenue 20, Vouliagmeni 166 71, Greece
+30 21 0896 0144
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  • Excellent40%
  • Very good37%
  • Average13%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible4%
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“seafood” (23 reviews)
“fresh fish” (13 reviews)
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Seafood, Mediterranean, Greek, Vegetarian Friendly
$$ - $$$
Poseidonos Avenue 20, Vouliagmeni 166 71, Greece
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Delicious and fresh seafood The spot is really very nice and the terrace has a great view. Prices are quite high but it is worth it!

Thank Thomas G
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hello Thomas! I would like to thank you for your nice words and i am really glad that you had a nice time dining at our restaurant. We always try to keep the highest quality and fair prices! Hope to see you again soon!

Reviewed 5 days ago

Booked last week a table for a party of 9 & was pleased to note that the waiters remembered our family although it was almost 4 months since last time we visited. As promised the table booked was overlooking the sea in an open area...More

Thank John P
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hello John! It's really the best reward for us to read comments like yours, that prove the hard work we have been doing all those years, keeping high quality standards and offering a unique dining experience to our guests! Hope to see you again soon!

Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

A calm sea view in a quite area. Amazing starters, main and deserts. Try the mosaqaa, aubergine with olive oil, butter bread, rice with shrimps, pasta with shrimps, salted fish, barboni fried fish, large calamari dish, and many selection of desserts ... good for lunch...More

Thank ymnada
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

Traditional Greek food and freshly caught fish. Fabulous view of the sea and the bay. Highly recommend.

Thank Nicolahb
Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

Visited the restaurant with family on a normal work day. Called one day earlier to reserve but informed me that there was no such a need. Parking available outside the restaurant. We got a front row table. The view was amazing as we had all...More

Thank Stratos P
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Spent a lovely evening outside on the terrace overlooking the bay and watching the sunset behind the trees. Really enjoyed the grilled octopus and the baked feta cheese . High quality food at very reasonable prices with knowledgeable staff. Thank youMore

Thank Alison W
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2017

Hello Alison, Thank you for your kind words! It is really a huge pleasure for us to have happy visitors who enjoy the whole dining experience at our restaurant from the start to the end. We will be really glad to have you back soon...More

Reviewed 29 May 2017

Labros is a very old institution of the Athenian Riviera and rightly so. It has excellent fish dishes with fresh ingredients, the service is good and the view is of course unbeatable, as you can enjoy the bay of Vouliagmeni. A must when you want...More

Thank Kalamakia
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2017

Thank you for your kind words! We are doing our best every day for the past 100 years and more!

Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

All excellent in terms of food and situation, the view adds to the atmosphere of course. Very good range on the menu, excellent salads and very flavoursome hot dishes too suited to all tastes as well. Accompanied by good local wine. Service was fine but...More

Thank LJO67
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 18 May 2017

Hello, thank you for your kind words, we always try to deliver our best. Sorry to hear about the smile, i am impressed to hear that cause we really love what we do, that's why we are on business since 1889! I promise that we...More

Reviewed 1 May 2017

Quite surprised - they've changed it a lot since we were last here and the style of restaurant and prompt service now belies the past errors and now fits what such a large seaside Greek taverna demands. ( Servers now equipped with radio mikes direct...More

Thank eddyh1
LabrosRestaurant, Guest Relations Manager at Labros, responded to this reviewResponded 18 May 2017

Hello, Thank you for your kind words! Every day, we try to offer better and better quality services, pushing the boundaries to the limit. I am glad to read that you had a great time visiting us.

Reviewed 15 April 2017

The restaurant is right by the sea, with excellent views of the gulf of Vouliagmeni. While well equipped and easy to reach and with ample parking, the service is on the slow side ( very), and the food quality , although quite pricey, is average...More

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Restaurant Details

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Average prices
US$29 - US$58
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
Restaurant features
Takeout, Parking Available, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Buffet, Seating, Waitstaff, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Validated Parking
Good for
Groups, Kids, Special Occasion Dining, Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Business meetings, Romantic
Open Hours
13:00 - 00:00
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Location and Contact Information
  • Address: Poseidonos Avenue 20, Vouliagmeni 166 71, Greece
  • Location: Europe  >  Greece  >  Attica  >  East Attica Region  >  Vouliagmeni
  • Phone Number: +30 21 0896 0144
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When the Labros restaurant was built in 1889 Vouliagmeni was a very remote destination for Athenians. Meeting point for gourmets of the capital since the time of Charilaos Trikoupis… sign ‘’In the name of the Holy Trinity Sotirios years ΑΩΠΘ“(1889) reigns of George Trikoupi premiership. The approval on Eccl. Minister Panagiotis Manetta abbot council the Law of the Monastery Asomaton the Petrakis consisting of the Abbot Symeon this Korovesis ex Keratea Lavrio Monk and the Directors Artemije Tsirigoti monk Neophytos dour Monk (provisional) And Michael Monk Dionysius erected spends the monastery the first in the Vouliagmeni Vari Municipality Kropias cafe-restaurant two-storey building XXX rooms XXXII bath tubs constructed it to the bath tubs carriageway n route after the bridge.. Irrefutable, witness this centenary history is the marble slab that is embedded in the hall of the restaurant is a jewel and treasure together Luck and Gods will, but also the foresight of Louka Labrou, safeguarded this historical plate from many adventures and dangers, during a very unstable period of wars and occupations. But certainly, the most important risk presented during the German occupation and it is worth mentioning what happened then. In the mid 30’s, lessee of the building, owned by Petrakis Monastery is a Cephalonian named Avgerinos, an eccentric man, homogeneous from Ethiopia, where he served as secretary of Emperor Haile Selassie. Then in 1935 arriving in Vouliagmeni and entering the history of the restaurant are the brothers Loukas & Kostas Labrou. Coming from Kyriaki in Levadia the two brothers become partners of Aygerinos, in this secluded tavern at the end of the road leading to Lake Vouliagmeni. Vouliagmeni back then, is an ideal place of daily trips for the Athenians since at the time both cars and roads made a quite big trip. This is the peaceful, ” primitive ” era of Vouliagmeni until the time WWII begins. When the WWII reaches Greece the Labros brothers are of the first to dispatch for the front line. German invasion puts an end to resisting and starts the dark era of occupation. Loukas Labrou would walk days and nights back to a deserted Vouliagmeni. The other brother Costas, had returned earlier seriously wounded by Italian bullets in the battle of Permit. They return then both in their restaurant and their partner Avgerinos. But the Germans soon arrive and Vouliagmeni. The tavern is a unique place in dimensions and strategic location, in the bay of Vouliagmeni, and is the first building that is occupied. The German in charge ordered the immediate evacuation of the building, to be delivered empty with wide open doors and windows to the military administration. 9322_144015501985_140035341985_3133124_1893987_n The peace for the place ends as the Labrou brothers load everything they have in a truck in order to leave. The first concern of the Germans, a general distemper and some other repairs of the building. Only the marble sign on the wall reminds now of the peaceful tavern. Occupation and restoration threatens the sign which is the history of this place. This is at this point when the last loads are taken into the truck that Loukas Labrou tries to take the marble sign. He climbs on a ladder and takes the sign of, but due to its material, marble, its extremely heavy to carry out so he and his brother Costas, decide to take the marble sing to the basement and dig it there. The plate will remain the, until the end of WWII. The Labrou brothers will now go to Athens, where with hard work and effort will open a tavern in Monastiraki square in the corner of Hephaestus. After the departure of the Germans, and on December 4, 1944 in riots erupt the new tavern will be completely destroyed by fire. So Labros brothers are back to zero. Once again their effort and fortune is lost. But they don’t give up, they decide to return in Vouliagmeni. When they do they find out that the place is a ruin, a destroyed building lacking doors and windows. The two brothers (Aygerinos is old and has given his share to the brothers) with personal work and with little savings they had left, manage to restore the building’s old form. Of course do not forget the historical plaque sleeping in the basement. The dig and find it, clean it and place it in the old location. The white marble returns to Attica’s sky and the blue sea, so white that it’s doesn’t betray the dark years of occupation.1934267_166706521985_2055129_n The years will pass and the humble road will become a wide avenue, Vouliagmeni a cosmopolitan suburb of Athens and Labros Tavern will become best known for the fresh fish and prime location. The entire building is made of stone, part of which still survives. Labros family with many years in food industry knows the recipe for success. “The trends and habits may have changed, but one element remains constant nonnegotiable: the high quality of what we offer is the parameter that gives us added value, gaining customer confidence something that will establish you in the market.». Today, after a renovation that added beauty to the historic shop, the marble slab remains in the same place, identity and icon together, to commemorate the passing of an entire century. As Labros already in the second century of life of our ambition is to continue the tradition of good food, create new friends, offering quality and service.
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