Discover the best restaurant in Grikos, Greece including Benetos, Ktima Petra, Apocalypsis Restaurant, Flisvos, Trehantiri Taverna, Tzivaeri Taverna, Agriolivadi Restaurant, Stamatis Restaurant, Plefsis, Vagia Cafe
4 based on 207 reviews
Very nice restaurant in Patmos with highly professional staff members: the service is efficient and charming, the wine list of greek wines is great and the sommelier is helpful, the barmaids prepare amazing cocktails, the food is good, a successful mix of greek and fusion food and Susan the host is a Lady. We have been there a few times (the restaurant and the tapas) and always liked the good vibe.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
Every details counts and you can see that these people are great professionals: the presentation of the menu, the thickness of the paper napkins, the immaculate cleanliness of the place everything is an improvement compared to other tavernas.
In addition the location and view are good, the food is VERY good (superb vegetables from the garden and well grilled meat) and the service is nice and very efficient
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Apocalypsis restaurant is situated in Grikos Bay, on Patmos Island. Located in the premises of Patmos Aktis Suites & Spa, Apocalypsis offers a rich Greek breakfast buffet for the guests of the hotel as well as for outside visitors. Apocalypsis restaurant became widely known to locals and tourists, due to its innovative dinner menu. Offering Greek creative cuisine, Apocalypsis is considered to be the first restaurant introducing gastronomy on the broadest area of the Dodecanese Islands. Mediterranean cuisine combined with international flavors, imaginatively presented. Awarded chef Dimitris Pamporis, is determined to please the most demanding palates. Awards: Received the «Gourmet restaurant of Greek creative cuisine» award from Aegean Cuisine, as well as the «Greek Cuisine Award» from the commission of Golden Chef's Cap awards by Athinorama magazine in 2014. Apocalypsis restaurant is a member of the group Divine Hotels.
Elegantly revised greek cuisine. A must in Patmos: do not waste time in taverns and try Apokalypsis. Good wine list, astounding location, prices elevated for Greece bur adequate for the level: around 100€ for two people (apetizers, main courses, one bottle of fairly good wine). Very recommended
4 based on 115 reviews
Very nice typical Greek taverna right by the water. You feel like the entire family is in the kitchen. Typical Greek fare. Try the goat for the local flavour. Don't come too late as food is only made fresh and half the menu was gone by 9pm on the night we were there.
4.5 based on 314 reviews
Fresh fish and big portions, very kind and fast service. Reasonable prices. Must visit early to find table
4.5 based on 310 reviews
Upstairs Terrace taverna just after Chris Hotel / Car park (downstairs is a different restaurant). Very good fish and other special dishes such as aubergine. Very nice service Lovely harbour views We ended up eating here 3 evenings
4 based on 72 reviews
Anchored off Agriolivadi beach the Taberna and the beach front Umbrellas looked idyllic.
The restaurant has two areas, one for dining and the other more a relaxing beach bar. Although a remote beach it was popular with the locals and served excellent food.
Service was friendly and there is a small jetty to tie up your dingy. A beautiful and sheltered bay coupled by the warm welcome will make this a definite stop in the future
4 based on 68 reviews
A beautiful alfresco dining experience opposite beautiful Grikos beach. Delicious food, fantastic wonderful atmosphere this summer. Beautiful lighting and trees amongst the restaurant. I recommend the cheese delicacies they make, and the pizza is fantastic as well.
4 based on 92 reviews
Square tables with checkered tablecloths are arranged onto the sand, right by the sea. They come along with purple, white, pink and red straw chairs, while reed roof umbrellas with white poles, resembling whitewashed tree trunks, protect them from the sun. Old fashioned feta cheese metallic cans are spread all over the area, serving as parsley and basil pots. Geraniums, olive trees and chrysanthemums are planted in various corners, giving you the impression of dining in a homey courtyard. There is a balcony with a few tables at the center, with a nostalgic, brownish, mosaic floor and colorful flowers at the entrance window sills, from which delicious aromas escape. The whole setting reminds you of an old Greek movie. Right in front of you, in the small concrete jetty, local fishermen, wearing their traditional caps and light colored shirts, tie their boats and unravel their nets for the next catch. Spiros, Grikos' seagull-mascot, either dives in order to cool off or approaches people in order to pinch a delicacy or two. The loudspeakers softly broadcast authentic Greek music, from Poly Panou and Stratos Dionysiou up to Eleftheria Arvanitaki and Haris Alexiou, while waiters guide you to a showcase where you choose fresh fish for yourself. There is an outdated blackboard presenting «today's special», written with chalk. That moment, when you drink the first sip of iced ouzo, unwittingly flushing your lips from the saltiness of the sea, you realize that there is nothing truer than summer in Greece. As soon as you give your order, goodies made of Greek, local products start landing on your table. Authentic flavors, based on the purity of raw materials: red, fleshy tomatoes, musky olive oil mixed with capers, fresh vegetables from local Gardens, that only need a couple of walks into your frying pan to fascinate your palate, seafood appetizers to accompany your glass of raki or ouzo, such as squid, octopus and salted mackerel, are only some of the specialties on the list. In «Plefsis», this authentic tavern that provides apart from exquisite dishes, magnificent views of Tragonisi and «Kalikatsou», you are able to revive that carefree summer of your childhood.
Great Greek food in a setting that is right on the beach. Very friendly service.
We went here a few times with our family and friends when staying in Petra - and loved the food. Nothing too fancy, but wonderful fresh Greek food. Greek salad is highly recommended.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
situated above a great beach, this is the best place within walking distance to grab a snack and a cold drink after swimming. The baked goods are particularly famous, as is the hospitality of the owner. Try the gallactabouriko or a quiche and a salad if you want a simple lunch. Be forewarned however that the menu is rather small so there is usually no hot food served and only a handful of lunch dishes every day. However, if you want to grab a simple bite after swimming at Vagia Beach this is your best option
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