We had dinner here one night. It is very popular, even in May they had all the tables full by mid evening and were having to reset them quickly when anyone left in order to seat new customers. We had a very enjoyable meal. I had the swordfish souvlaki which was perfectly cooked and delicious. It is a typical Greek taverna, with checked table cloths and shade provided by greenery growing over the rafters. I'm not sure how much cover there would have been if it had actually rained. It is on the promenade so you have a lovely view of the sea while enjoying your meal.
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