It's a bit deceptive at first when you walk from the main road onto a small side street, as it looks empty, but on the other side there are lots of tables. The tables aren't crammed together like other restaurants, it's rustic and feels like a place locals come to. The food was served piping hot (the fried cheese was perfect!) and the waitress was helpful with our order. The moussaka is another recommendation. The old owner is lovely and taught us a new card trick. There's music playing, great prices (especially for wine! Plus they give you a choice of dry or fruity) We found the place as having 4.8/5* on Google and we'd definitely recommend it as somewhere being authentic. It's basic but lovely, very friendly staff. Highly worth visiting!
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