This is essentially a Greek restaurant. Its spacious, part of the restaurant has tables with white linen cloths the rest is bare tables. Not sure how you get to a table with linen cloths. The food appears to be pretty authentic Greek. We had humous and taramasalata starters. They were good but they don't automatically come with bread - you pay extra for that. main courses were good.
The problem we had was at the end. We asked for the bill and we got a "free" piece of cake and a shot of ouso. The bill came some 10 minutes later and it was presented to us by a hand held machine the size of a mobile and the waiter held onto it while we tried to check it. It looked about 20 euros more than we anticipated. I challenged it and the waiter agreed he had given us someone else's bill. The matter was sorted but the waiter's reaction when I challenged the bill, plus the fact you don't get time to inspect the bill lead me to believe it was a scam. Maybe it was or maybe it was a genuine mistake.
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