We tried this taverna on our first night and ordered two dips for starters followed by the mixed seafood platter for two. We were unaware that the custom in Crete is to provide bread, a dip and often olives, so we were already getting full when we had eaten our starters. When the seafood platter arrived we just could not believe the amount of fish on the large oval silver plate. There was several types of char grilled fish which were delicious, calamari, octopus, prawns and deep fried white fish, as well as a plate of cooked vegetables. We felt really bad as it was all so tasty but we could only eat just over half of it. We would not have ordered the starters if we had realised the size of the dish. This restaurant was often half empty, yet the service was good and we think people overlooked it because it was the first in the line of tavernas along the seafront. It had lovely views and as with all the others dessert and raki was given on the house after the meal. We came back here a few days later and were warmly welcomed again. This time we ordered the swordfish souvlaki and a seafood pasta dish, both of which were really lovely. We would highly recommend this restaurant as being a very nice place to eat.
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