Plomari (Greek: Πλωμάρι) is a town and a former municipality on the island of Lesbos, North Aegean, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Lesbos, of which it is a municipal unit. It is the only sizable coastal settlement in the south, and the second largest town on Lesbos. The municipal unit of Plomari is the southernmost on Lesbos island and has a land area of 122.452 km² and a 2011 census population of 5,602. Its largest towns or villages are Plomári, the former municipal seat (pop. 2,996), Plagiá (529), Palaiochóri (314), Megalochóri (325), and Akrási (214).
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Hidden away along the front from Plomari/Agios Isadoros, we tried this on the back on previous reviews. Great choice. Food was decent, view was brilliant, hosts nice and bill small. As with most restaurants on the island, the menu is very familiar, but enough there to please most. Worth a try if you're staying nearby
4 based on 123 reviews
My daughter and i was her three times during our one week stay in Agios Isodoros. We had a good time with good food and wine. We were served with a smile from the people serving us. That the wiev from this resteurant is out to the sea and the sunset (Sunset Resteurant) didnt make it less enjoyable:). If you come to this city i recommnend that you go to this establishment to have your dinner.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
A small, original Greek taverna to enjoy fresh and well prepared traditional dishes.
The menu list is not long but it is well focused on traditional options, without too many influences from the modern cuisine.
Cordial but not pretentious service.
Can't confirm if it's is really the best around, since It was they only one I visited in Plomari, but it was really really really good.
What it was surprising was that the price range was rather higher than expected.
So, expect that the nice view and fresh food go with.a premium.
It is certainly one of the places I would.visit again without any reserves.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
If you would like to experience a greek local farm with a lovely kitchen, go to Panya's Taverna. It is beside the big road that goes from Plomari to Mytilini. Between Agios Isidores and Plagia.
The kitchen is excellent and they are almost self-Sufficient from their own farm with vegetables, fruits and animals. Here you get close to the autentic greek life and feel you almost visit a greek family in their home, where the whole family runs the restaurant. We asked what they could recommend that day and got some excellent fresh greek dishes. We will definitely go back:)
4 based on 40 reviews
Great and friendly service. Drinks keept cool in a cooler at the beach. Only one little minus was that they served the drinks in plastic instead of ordinary glasses at the beach.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Located overhanging the shore rock wall & spanning the main street of Plomari, this mainly seafood, but with a good range of Everything Greek, is well worth the visit.
The English speaking host (well isn't every greek), is friendly & doesn't spruke passersby or hang over you for the bill.
A large swordfish souvlaki, plate of grilled sardines + large greek salad, fresh bread, glass of Ouzo + bottle of beer (all for 2 people) cost 30€
4 based on 18 reviews
When you enter the harbour part of Plomari,you will see this nice seafront taverna on yr left side.İt is well located with nice blue colour comfortable Seating facilities.As usual traditional greek flavours and meals are offered.Salted sardines is really very tasty.Very good option on the centre.They also make service to the yatch and boats at the front part.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This guest house and restaurant is situated on the beach in a tiny place called Melinda 5 km outside Plomari. The setting is spectacular, the food is delicious and the people who run it are incredible. This is one restaurant in Greece where you can be sure of a great meal and you don't have to check your bill to see if you are being ripped off. I Had my wedding reception, Greek taverna style there, it was sublime. Thank you Manuela and Aristidis. They also offer clean basic accommodation for the budget traveler. What a LITTLE GEM
4.5 based on 125 reviews
We are a family restuarant with the two owner's Peter and Danielle cooking.No special first class chefs cooking just proper home made food.A beautiful restuarant on the harbour of Plomari.Delicious greek home made food and fresh seafood.Friendly staff with quick service.Accept cash and visa payment.A must to try when visiting Plomari.
The food was great, the service was fast and the dishes were big and tasty. Thus we highly recommend it!
4 based on 14 reviews
Our Beer House «Embeeries Coffee Bistro» in Plomari of Lesvos managed to establish itself in the consumers’ consciousness and to create a whole philosophy around the beer. Our Beer House became synonymous with coffee, good beer, good food (burger, club Sandwich, cheese varieties, cold cuts and sausages etc.) and good company.
Plomari now has a trendy 'big city' bar.
Surrounded by the local's kafenion & ouzo bars, in the heart of town, the new class of overseas tourists & greek youth party goers now have a place to have their cocktails, beers & caffeine.
Modern/rustic decor with black leather, dark stained timber & stonework. For alfresco dining or with tables indoors, we found it stylish with efficient service.
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