We have just waddled back to the hotel after a tasty, well cooked and belly bursting evening meal. In truth we were only going to have a light meal as we had eaten a big seafood lunch, but there were too many tempting treats on the extensive menu. I strongly recommend the seafood saganaki starter, which had prawns, mussels clams and squid in a rich tomato and anchovy sauce. But one portion is plenty for two, with bread to mop up the sauce. I then had the pork chop special, which was quite simply jaw dropping. Easily an inch thick and the size of a large T-Bone steak, it must have come from a refugee of the ice age boars. The chicken souvlaki looked small in comparison but was also moist and beautifully seasoned. As the sun set we managed to force down some excellent lemon and strawberry sorbet and a rich strawberry mousse. Along with some very drinkable house white and a bottle of water the bill was a very reasonAble 50 euros! Service was very friendly with the waiters even bodily moving tables for overly fussy customers. The lovely green arbour gave shade and the place had a busy and bubbly atmosphere. Only one shadow was caused by 4 selfish English tourists, Who parked their Blue Nissan Navara right beside the front of the restaurant and thus spoiled the views to Zante for everyone else. One can only hope that karma sorts them out. You will have good culinary karma if you eat here.
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