Discover Restaurants offering the best Greek food in Kalami, Ionian Islands, Greece including Briki, Taverna Levanda, Taverna Glyfa, Eucalyptus Taverna, Trilogia Restaurant, Virginia's, Isla Cuisine, Kaparelli Taverna, Bolero Restaurant, Taverna Capricorn
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5 based on 82 reviews
Traditional homemade food, homemade sweets, coffee, fresh juices Open every day and in winter time. As featured in the Telegraph Newspaper.
The Taverna Capricorn was the only one of Old Perithia Villageâs establishments open on the day of our visit (out of season). Itâs a traditional establishment in the village square with indoor /outdoor seating and much old world (slightly haphazard) charm. Corinna, one of the owners, was initially coping alone with a sudden influx of tourists, and did an admirable, smiling job under pressure until reinforcements arrived in the shape of her husband. The food was fresh and tasty, with a number of traditional Greek / Corfiote dishes on the menu, and the service was friendly and smiling. The slice of orange cake we shared at the end of the meal was huge and to die for.
4 based on 436 reviews
Bolero Restaurant, was open it's doors at 17/2/1999 by it's owner Vangelis based on the idea of simple & honest Mediterranean and Greek Gastronomy. With over 30 years of experience in the restaurant business, distinctions and awards for the Greek & Medite
One of my favourite restaurants. Well priced large menu. Great owners, the food is high quality, even do a sunday roast, which my wife assures me is very good.But need to book the roast, or you'll miss out. Fuul english 5â¬, but the greek cuisine is as good as you'll find anywhere in oppi
4 based on 155 reviews
Agios Stefanos (Kassiopi) as opposed to Agios Stefanos (Avliotes) - almsot directly west of this one, on the west coast.We stayed here years ago in 2004. It rained. But even so, San Stefanos (as we got used to calling it) was lovely. Quiet and relaxed. Fast forward 15 years and it's busier with many more rag'n'stick boats in the bay, and more shops and tavernas. Never seen any celebs there (supposed to be a favourite haunt of slebs) but for me, that's a good thing.We came back to have a look and remember when the kids were young, and weren't disappointed. Had a great coffee and snack in the Kaparelli, and an enjoyable conversation with the young Greek waiter who was telling up about the only type of snake in the world which, if you leave it to live quietly in your house, will attack unwelcome visitors and can break their legs with a single flick of its tail.So awed were we by the power and companionship of such a snake, that we in turn told him about the Australian drop bears which my wife hadn't seen on a recent visit to Australia (though she was warned to beware). A near relative of the koala bear, the drop bear is much bigger and a voracious hunter. It drops out of the eucalyptus trees onto its hapless prey - which sometimes includes humans.....But by then, we'd finished our coffee and snacks and complimentary lemon cake (delicious!) and it was time to go. Great fun, and a very pleasant way to spend 45 minutes!San Stefanos is wonderful, still.
4 based on 179 reviews
"Isla cuisine" - restaurant of new age greek and mediterranean cuisines based in Nissaki village, Corfu.
Stopped off for a quick snack, not really expecting too much, however, was pleasantly surprised by the quality, taste and service. Highly recommend and hope to stay longer on next visit to experience the full menu!
4 based on 222 reviews
We went for lunch. The menu was extensive . The wine was delicious as well. The food was good. The staff were very friendly. One can sit and watch the world go by with a drink.
4 based on 553 reviews
A romantic setting beneath the ancient castle walls, magnificent views overlooking beaches, rocks and the sea: a friendly, unhurried atmosphere and of course excellent wines and cuisine!
Food served cold. Excessive waiting before you can get any service. Very average food. Rude staff who just plonk plates down in front of you and if you complain then they just ignore you. Worst meal of my whole stay in Kassiopi. Comes across as a very pretentious place who insists upon itself instead of looking after it's customers.
4 based on 373 reviews
Great food, but above all, a breathtaking location. Service was okay, the food is Greek and fresh and the restaurant is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the island. Dear customer thank you for taking the time to share your kind review about our restaurant and we hope to see you again.
4 based on 458 reviews
Taverna Glyfa is a family run restaurant. Offering everyday fresh fish. Whilst eating a wonderful meal you have a view of Corfu Town, Ipsos and many more places along the coast. The taverna has a full working jetty for all the sailers that are out there.
We love Taverna Glyfa...and so do many celebrities! But we like it for the great food, the great service and the great location. The team work hard there and are always up for some banter. The fish is possibly the freshest on the island, so its all good. If you are in the region, we recommend you call in but book as its very busy! Best Wishes David, Jen and Family.
4 based on 321 reviews
We dropped in here on our first evening in Kassiopi as the tavernas along the harbour were fully booked.Five of us enjoyed a lovely, well cooked meal for â¬109 including wine by the carafe and soft drinks, so at around â¬22 per head not bad value for Corfu (which tends to be a little more expensive than the other Ionian islands, but still a lot cheaper than the UK).We shared two big plates of calamari as a starter, along with bread and tapanaki and a very garlicy (but tasty) butter.I had the Greek lamb which was a huge lamb shank with roasted vegetables. Others on our party has the chicken souvlaki, the lamb chops and one had meatballs and spaghetti.All were enjoyed and the portions were generous. Through a translation issue (fries and rice are easy to mix up) the souvlakis came with fries instead of rice as ordered. The waiter quickly brought separate bowls of rice to the table even though we said we were ok with the fries.As is often the case in Greece, the bill was served up along with complementary cake, in this case a deliciously moist orange cake.Iâm pleased we found this taverna on a very busy Sunday evening, would be happy to recommend it.
The omnipresent '' Briki '' is a coffee grocery, which opened just opposite the new Corfu Police Station. There we gathered for you unique tastes of Greek land from selected producers committed to quality. Indoor warm space but also a small outdoor courty
Very cozy and friendly atmosphere! It's the place you always wanted to meet with your peers. It could be the next "FRIENDS' Haunt". We were lucky enough to entertain ourselves with live folk music and in line with savoury appetizers guarantees a faithful clientele!! Young and smiley staff, students around, authentic traditional feeling! Among the pros are economic prices (keep it that way ), proximity to city center and frequency of live bands!
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