Went for Evening dinner husband had the moussaka which he said was very tasty,staff are friendly and very helpful all very reasonably priced
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We visited the Odysseus twice last week for dinner as the food was so delicious. Very welcoming & a great place to sit for watching the world go by whilst enjoying food & a carafe of red wine!! Loved it.
Odysseus is part of Acharavi's heart and soul with delicious traditional Corfiot food and a warm welcome. Amazing value, lovely staff and a witty and generous owner Nikos. This restaurant stays open almost every day of the year. Take away is also available. The pasta...More
Very disappointed with this restaurant, decided to go for dinner , big mistake , I would describe this restaurant as a basic town centre restaurant catering for a cheap evening meal for drunks. Sorry guys not for me, there are better restaurants around. Just because...More
We went here because we saw liver and bacon on the menu. It lived up to the taste and was delicious. Soft ox liver with boiled and seasoned potatoes, with cauliflower, broccoli and carrots, the portion sizes were huge, I couldn't finish mine, it my...More
We stumbled upon this little gem of a restaurant whilst visiting Corfu out of season. We both had the peppercorn chicken was so good we went back 2 days later and sampled a couple of the Greek dishes, beef pastitsado and moussaka - they were...More
The food was excellent and very reasonable. Staff were friendly and very helpful. On our visit there were lots of nationalities and a good atmosphere.
The food was really authentic! The flogores was exactly what they should in the pictures. We had the sofrito and the flavors was wild! I would definitely get it this again! We had the baked feta and calamari. The calamari is was better than anticipated!...More
Visited the restaurant On January 21st with friends. It was a quite Saturday afternoon so we had the chance to enjoy our meal at a not crowded traditional Greek restaurant. The atmosphere was really nice and we loved the Odysseus theme on the wall referred...More