Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Sifnos, South Aegean, Greece. Sifnos (Greek: Σίφνος; the spelling Siphnos is obsolete in English but still by convention often used to refer to the island in ancient times) is an island municipality in the Cyclades island group in Greece. The main town, near the center, known as Apollonia (pop. 869), is home of the island's folklore museum and library. The town's name is thought to come from an ancient temple of Apollo on the site of the church of Panayia Yeraniofora. The second-largest town is Artemonas (800), thought to be named after an ancient temple of Apollo's sister-goddess Artemis, located at the site of the church of Panayia Kokhi. The village of Kastro (118), was the capital of the island during ancient times until 1836. It is built on top of a high cliff on the island's east shore and today has extensive medieval remains and is the location of the island's archeological museum. The port settlement, on the west coast of the island is known as Kamares (245).
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4 based on 113 reviews
This was well worth the short uphill walk to get to it.The beach bar is located on the next bay around from the far end of Platys Gialos beach .There is a bar/restaurant area overlooking the sea and on the level below there is an extensive decking area with sunbeds and direct access straight into the sea.It's a great place for a sunbathing and swimming and was very quiet when we were there in early June.We were not charged for use of the sunbeds as we purchased lunch at the bar.I had my usual Greek salad , can't remember what my husband had but everything was good.This makes a change from the beach and the staff will bring drinks to the deck for you.Very relaxing lying overlooking the sea with music playing in the background.Bliss!
POUDA is situated in a beautiful sea village in Sifnos called HERONISSOS ....Neatly set exactly on the beach, it has the best location to drink your coffee or enjoy a snack , sweets , ice cream , lunch or even dinner. Also perfect for a drink late at night followed by a midnight swim ! Reasonable prices. Great food and friendly service. The owners , Andonis and Flora are always eager to please . A must when in SIFNOS !!!
3 based on 92 reviews
Spent a couple of evenings here, being a single female traveller I found it to be friendly but not creepy. I sat inside the bar due to the bad weather outside, the music was a wide variety and was never too loud. This is the place where friends meet and arrange to go to dinner then return after for drinks.Would definitely come here again
4 based on 108 reviews
We had read nice reviews about Isalos and were looking forward to spending all day there. However, we were greatly disappointed by everything but its location. The service was Mediocre and the food and drinks were awful. I am not sure they even know what goes in a Mojito. My husband's drink was awful as well.
4 based on 141 reviews
Folie has it all... You can have breakfast,brunch,lunch or dinner. You can have a glass of wine,a beer or a cocktail & enjoy the sunset at the balcony on the sea. You feel like home ... Our pleasure is to make you feel that way ...
Visited Folie during our last night in Sifnos. Had a couple of drinks and just relaxed listening to the breaking waves. Didnt eat anything so I cannot comment on the food, but this is a place that I woud visit again if I am ever back in this beautiful island. This place is right on the beach in Kamares and it is open all day (and night).
4 based on 156 reviews
Our first lunch stop in Sifnos and we picked Syrma based on TA reviews.Â Â We sat under the trees outside with our feet in the sand.Â Unfortunately a little bird decided to use me as its toilet!!Â Â After cleaning up in the bathroom, we enjoyed a really tasty lunch of octopus, stuffed tomato, ice cream x2 and 2 cocktails plus 2 glasses of water, a beer, a wine and a coffee for 47 Euros (cocktails here are around 7 to 10 Euros).Â Â They also provide free loungers when you buy a drink or any food which you can use all day.Â Â It was so good we returned on our final day.Â Â Both times we were served by Bill who was lovely and he even brushed down the sunloungers to get rid of the sand.Â Â He made us feel very welcome from the first moment and although weâd only visited twice in our short island stay, it felt like weâd known him for ages.Â Great food, service and position.
4 based on 111 reviews
We stayed at the Smaragdi Hotel for 4 weeks and had the pleasure of eating breakfast everyday at restaurant. The breakfast menu is extensive and, as a resident of the hotel, you can pick any combination of items form the menu. Our go to breakfast was bread and marmalade, a fruit bowl with yoghurt and granola, freshly squeezed orange juice and double cappuccino and a tea. All were delicious. Antonis, the owner, makes one of the best cappuccinos we've tasted. And is the most attentive of hosts.Having seen the triple pancakes being served to others, we decided that we needed to test them out. They are amazing but a significant undertaking! The chocolate ones are a sweet tooth's delight. If you prefer savoury, go for the triple pancakes with eggs and bacon. Andonis, the chef, also makes wicked omelettes.We ate in the Smaragdi restaurant in the evening around 7 times during our stay. We could have easily eaten there every night, but we like to try different tavernas. The Smaragdi was one of the best places we ate on the island. Everything we had was delicious - squid ink pasta, pork chops, special Greek night souvlaki and the chocolate pie (just amazing and massive!)Andonis, the chef, is passionate, philosophical, warm, chatty, exuberant. He's cooking is fantastic. On quieter nights, he'll join you at your table for a fun and philosophical chat about life, Sifnos and anything you care to talk about. All the food he cooks is beautifully presented and tastes great. Towards the end of our trip, the restaurant was very quiet, so Andonis offered to cook us a 3 course meal of his own design. A delicious pizza starter, chicken, mushroom and truffle oil pasta dish, and a fruity/creamy dessert and beautiful bottle of wine selected by Antonis, the owner. Such kindness, which really touched our hearts. Yorgas (George) the waiter was so attentive. No matter how how busy he was, he always had a smile on his face and managed time to have a chat. Together with Illia (who moved on while we were there), they kept everyone happy with their fantastic service. If you're coming to Sifnos, a visit to Smaragdi is a must. You'll get great food and attentive service with a smile from Antonis and all the team.Efharisto para poli, Antonis, George, Andonis and all the team. Much love, Mr Panathinaiskos and Mrs Peaches cheeks! x
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