Best restaurants in Kastellorizo

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Kastellorizo Village

    Alexandra's

    With bouzouki music and salt breeze wafting over its thyme-topped tables, the friendliest of Kastellorizo’s quayside restaurants also serves the best food. Everything from the squid-ink risotto and calamari stuffed with feta is made in-house. Mezedhes (appetisers) are full of vim and superfresh. Treat yourself to lamb on the spit or whatever goat dish is being offered.

  • Restaurants in Kastellorizo Village

    Aiolis

    This island's best-value taverna, Aiolis is often overlooked because it's the furthest away from the centre (but the nearest to the ferry port). It's the spot for grilled meats: chicken souvlaki and pork, but the daily specials are always good. Plus there's a range of seafood, pasta and risotto to keep Italian punters happy. Super-friendly owners add to a convivial experience.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Kastellorizo Village

    Radio Cafe

    This cool high-ceilinged cafe, run by Elma and Vaggelis, is close to the jetty, has art-spattered walls, outside tables and both Greek- and English-style breakfasts – from yogurt with honey and fruit salad, to fried eggs and bacon. By night it morphs into a relaxing bar. The name is a nod to the antique radios Vaggelis repairs to working condition.

  • Restaurants in Kastellorizo Village

    Agora

    Agora is one of the cheapest places to grab a bite and come evening, the little square by the old market in which it sits, is effervescent with commerce. Meats are very tasty, just as the staff are friendly. The gyros (slithers of meat cooked on an upright rotisserie in pitta bread) are terrific value. Just behind the harbour.

  • Restaurants in Kastellorizo Village

    Lazarakis

    This central waterfront restaurant comes with a touch of snob value; expect to see the yachties here. But it has a wide menu: grilled octopus, lobster spaghetti, baby shrimp, grouper and succulent calamari – and also has grilled meat dishes. Eat under the vine canopy, or better still out on the jetty where you can sometimes see loggerhead sea turtles in the water.