Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Finikounda, Pylos-Nestor, Peloponnese. Foinikounta (Greek: Φοινικούντα, before 1930: Ταβέρνα - Taverna) is a seaside village and a community in the municipal unit of Pylos-Nestor, Messenia, Greece. It is situated in the southwestern tip of the Peloponnese peninsula, 9 km east of Methoni and 37 km southwest of Kalamata. It is most notable for its beautiful beaches which attract mostly Greek and other European visitors during the summer months. It has a small port. The community consists of the main village Foinikounta, the small villages Anemomylos, Chounakia, Grizokampos and Loutsa, and the island Schiza.
3 based on 92 reviews
Stopped here for lunch, the food was ok and the beach front setting was nice but we were treated like an inconvenience (a smile wouldn't hurt). We might have come back another day for dinner but the service put us off.
3 based on 74 reviews
Lovely place with great staff and cold beers with local food and fish. Lovely beach in front of restaurant with Sun beds and umbrellas. Had sword fish and great Greek salad also the cheese pie was fab. Great walk over the hill from fini Mike
4 based on 35 reviews
We had lunch here twice during our stay in Finikounda and were very happy both times. Great position right on the beach, friendly staff, good menu and tasty fresh food. Recommended - we'll be back again next time!
4 based on 129 reviews
A wonderful place to lunch or dine in the evening. Use their sun beds on the beach drinks through the day the food is amazing. More so the company is excellent, Dimitri, Kostas and Anastasia make you feel so welcome. Love it so much.
4 based on 85 reviews
''Yialo Yialo'' is a restaurant-cafÃ© by the sea, with striking flavors and smells that will be memorable. A friendly environment with an amazing view where you can enjoy your breakfast,lunch and dinner or even your coffee.
Had a couple of lunches and various drinks whilst using the beach sun-beds right outside this taverna. Food has all been great, stuffed veg, calamari and grilled giant prawns our highlights. The service is always friendly and efficient and we probably should try one evening too before going home.
4 based on 194 reviews
We had first class fried calamari and very good dolmadakia (stuffed grape leaves). But the chairs were uncomfortable and dirty, and the floor was uneven, so the chairs were unsteady.ElsÅ osztÃ¡lyÃº sÃ¼lt tintahalat kaptunk Ã©s igen jÃ³ dolmÃ¡t (tÃ¶ltÃ¶tt szÅlÅleveleket). De a szÃ©kek kÃ©nyelmetlenek Ã©s koszosak voltak, a padlÃ³ meg egyenetlen, Ãºgy hogy a szÃ©kek billegtek.
4 based on 36 reviews
Thapogas is a nice classical traditional Greek tavern. Very good location, at Loutsa beach with parking facilities. The service is rapid. The owner is polite. The menu is decent. The quality is good and the price are logical. It is open from the morning if you need a coffee but you could take food at your hotel if you ask for.
4 based on 441 reviews
Quite OK. Nothing more, nothing less. It is situated on a lovely site, overviewing the sea and the village of Foinikounta. Price and quality do not walk hand in hand and the service is not what you would expect in Greece. For each service a different waiter who, of course, is inly interested in his task...
4 based on 289 reviews
Extremely busy most nights although nothing we experienced would differentiate it from the usual options locally. Seemed quite popular with the older generation (including us!) maybe due to seafront location without loud music. Service is a bit hit and miss but we were quite lucky and our order arrived fairly quickly. Nice food, same Greek standard as other tavernas in our opinion. Octopus in vinegar starter was pricey and small quantity @ â¬11. I accept the fish is not cheap but you can find this dish elsewhere for couple of euros less. On the other hand the grilled Octopus main was tasty and plenty so itâs swings and roundabouts. Overall a satisfying and typical Greek meal.
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