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Tucked away off the Hania road behind the police station, ex-hippie Yianni makes his own oil, wine and raki and even makes dolmadhes (vine leaves stuffed with rice) from the vines that cover the shady courtyard...
On the waterfront as you enter town, with the fish tank in the front, Kyma has a good selection of mayirefta . The restaurant uses its own meat, and fresh local fish is supplied by the owner’s brother...
Recommended for grills.
This taverna at the western end of the port does some solid trade; try the goat stifadho and wild greens.
Maps, more info and some good food and drink can be found at Alpha Restaurant on the main square.
This friendly place up in the quiet Halepa neighbourhood has great ambience, with big, wood-silled glass doors and original tiled floors...
Near the meat section of the food market, this place has been serving great fresh, and cheap traditional cuisine for 75 years.
Near the minaret in the revitalised Spantzia quarter, this trendy mezedhopoleio (restaurant specialising in mezedhes) serves an array of classic and more creative dishes...
This unpretentious restaurant tucked behind the harbour is half-hidden amid the vines and foliage surrounding the outdoor terrace. The traditional cooking is faultless...
This is a popular place with outdoor tables near the Great Arsenal...
This taverna serves decent, good-value meals under a shady vine canopy tucked behind the family’s rooms and minimarket.
Well located right on the far end of the beach, with classic blue-and-white-chequered island decor, Psaros has fresh fish and friendly staff.
At the entrance to the town; serves good-value traditional cooking on a lovely shaded terrace.
This family tavern is recommended for its friendly service and produce from its farm.
Near Andy’s Rooms, Arolithos has an extensive selection of appetisers, traditional Greek dishes such as spetsofaï (sausage and pepper stew), and some creative offerings such as grilled chicken with orange sauce.
The shady To Mati tis Limnis on the quieter end of the lake makes good traditional Greek dishes such as rabbit stifadho (braised with onions) or filling myzithropites .
You can get a delicious meal at the Kali Kardia Taverna on the main street...
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