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Patitiri residents think nothing of driving up to the Hora for well-prepared Greek standards, including a vegie mousakas . Some just go for the galaktoboureko dessert (custard slice).
Hayati is a glykopoleio (sweets shop) by day and a piano bar by night, with knock-out views of the island round the clock. Morning fare includes made-to-order tyropita ...
A stone’s throw from the surf, this laid-back taverna and beach bar 2km down the hill from the Hora prepares fine salads, gavros , fish soup and several vegie dishes.
Opposite the hydrofoil dock, Ostria sports a big menu including souvlakia, pasta, hefty Greek salads and house favourite kleftiko (slow-oven-baked lamb).
This longtime local favourite, next to the National Bank, offers well-priced fresh fish and tasty vegetarian plates. Weekends often feature a family bouzouki player.
To get the feel of this very Greek establishment, pick a table towards the back where locals gather to order round after round of excellent mezedhes, always-fresh grilled fish and local favourite tsipouro as the nig...
Pi & Fi roughly means quick and easy, like their grab-and-go kebabs and pitta souvlakia. Opposite the police station.
One of a cluster of fine tavernas near the end of the quay, and excellent for point-and-eat mayirefta dishes and good grills come evening time.
At the ring road junction, Nastas serves excellent mezedhes, meat grills and fresh fish entrees, along with worthy house wines and, of course, tsipouro (distilled spirit similar to to ouzo)...
The red door gives away this snappy hole-in-the-wall about 50m behind Sotos Pension. Mihalis' tyropita (cheese pie) is superb, and at night the place morphs into a mellow wine bar.
Just beyond Souvlaki Sq, To Perivoli delivers excellent Greek cuisine in an elegant courtyard setting. Specialities include rolled pork with koromila (local plums) in wine sauce, plus fine Greek wines.
A lone palm tree marks this handsome and upscale alleyway bistro, serving authentic Skopelos dishes like sautéed veal with plums.
When asked for a menu, the owner-waiter laughed and said, ‘I am the menu!’ Great grills at good prices – half a chicken on the spit for €7. Summer meals often end with fresh fruit.
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Enjoy the views of Evia from swank Agnanti’s rooftop terrace, along with superb Greek fusion dishes like grilled sardines on pitta with sea fennel and sun-dried tomatoes.
Look for a small animal roasting on a big spit outside this popular psistaria (restaurant serving char-grilled food), between the church and bakery.
Perched above the seawall 50m north of the car park, family-friendly Flisvos offers fresh fish, mousakas (baked layers of eggplant or zucchini, minced meat and potatoes topped with cheese sauce) and perfect appetise...
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