Charaki (Greek: Χαράκι) is a small fishing village on the east coast of the island of Rhodes, Greece. In addition to its fishing trade, Charaki is also a small holiday resort, with the usual tavernas, restaurants and bars. Charaki has a small, picturesque bay with a number of holiday apartments in addition to its tavernas. More recently, the land behind the bay has been host to a small number of housing developments.
Things to do in Haraki
5 based on 506 reviews
In the year of 1999 Konstantin Restaurant was built in an idyllic location in Kalathos on an area of 4,000 square meters with a beautiful grass-covered yard decorated with many flowers.With a view of the small village of Kalathos and under the stars of the Rhodian sky we will endeavor to create beautiful moments of relaxation and great gastronomic variety for you.
Made a nice break from eating at our hotel nearby without the hassle of taxi to Lindos town. The restaurant is spotlessly clean with nice table settings and attentive friendly service. The food was well prepared and presented. Especially enjoyed the home made panna cotta dessert and strawberry sauce. A really nice evening at a reasonable price.
4.5 based on 335 reviews
We ate there 3 evenings during our 10-day stay and each time we were always greeted at the door with a smile and a handshake by Panni ( manager) Inside the staff were lovely, very friendly and attentive without being constantly in your face. Amazing views (almost in the sea in some seats).
The food was good, really good, fresh, and tasty. The beef stifado was great and the fish was amazing. We look forward to returning next year
4.5 based on 245 reviews
As always a great welcome from Kostas, Eleni and boys. Food superb as usual. Ambience wonderful. Sun beds available to taverna customers. Great menu choice always very well prepared by Eleni and friendly service from Kostas and the boys.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Traditional Greek. Beach Restaurant
This restaurant had just opened when we visited Haraki. It has had a major makeover and has an upmarket feel without being pretentious or pricey.It is now run by two sisters of Greek Cypriot origins but raised in Bristol! The food was really excellent (do try the feta in filo meze) and the setting by the sea idyllic. It is just a few minutes walk along the South shore from Haraki square. It was very quiet when we visited but deserves to be much busier; I'm sure it will be,once word gets round and the season moves into full swing.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Myself and my partner went back here time after time in fact most days good cocktails decent food excellent service and good prices what more could you ask for go try it for yourself
4.5 based on 249 reviews
Family runned business since 2003 . In the summer you will find three generations of men working side by side , Manolis his son Steve and his son Manolis junior. We love what we do and it shows in our food, everything is cooked on the spot with the best and freshest ingredients on the market. Come give us a try and you wont regret it !!!
We always eat Italian well pizza or pasta lol when we go to an Italian restaurant. Opted for the Davinci special pizza and a Greek salad (don't think they did italian) Love feta anyhow. Ordered some garlic bread while waiting was slightly overcooked and hardly any sign of garlic to be had, very bland... Couldn't fault the pizza or salad and the house wine went down well too.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Nice place, greek music in the background - no TV (bonus!) friendly attentive staff. . Food very average - had a kleftiko. Ingredients and flavours fine but clearly microwaved to reheat - and not for long enough - some bits (including the dish) burning hot - others barely warm. Served with a lukewarm but nicely presented plate of potatoes and vegetables. Complimentary mini gateau desert. Same prices as everywhere else (beer a bit cheaper)
4.5 based on 360 reviews
Having read reviews and numerous forum suggestions we both opted for the recommended platter for x2....Didn't really want starters but thought the main would take a while so ordered Tzatsiki and Pitta for 2..Wish we kept the Tzatsiki.. The usual Calamari. mussels and squid was lovely, Think there was Lobster?? in small chunks very meaty taste... We asked for any fish to be fully filleted especially eye balls lol.. We had Sea Bream and it was quite bland and full of little bones. Overall very dry as though some kind of dip or sauce was missing to the dish... 50 Euro dish....Slightly disappointed after all the hype.
5 based on 462 reviews
Ostria Restaurant is located at the waterfront of Kalathos Beach. It is a Family run restaurant since 1999. The homemade meals and friendly service are all taken care of by the members of the Family. Ostria Restaurant offers a great variety of Greek traditional meals and fish platters. The restaurant is open for Lunch and Dinner every day during the season. Our restaurant is also available for Small and Large Wedding Receptions offering a large variety of meal options. Our Garden can accommodate up to 1000 people and we can arrange services such as Live Music, Djs, Decorations, Cakes and all other services required for a stress free wedding.
We came there after our engagement, and were surprised with this lovely and quite place. First it seemed quite empty, but during the evening it was full of people sitting outside, someone of them even had to wait while the staff were bringing more tables. It's a very beautiful place in the evning, with all these lights around the trees and tables on the grass near the sea. Very romantic I would say
The food were really decent and the service lovely, but not TOO sweet. The waiter didn't have panacota, so he felt bad and gave us another dessert for free.. decent man!
2x Grilled seabream with boiled veggies - just perfect, tasty and juicy
Water, lemonade, wine glass, Greek koffe and 2x free desserts
Total 32euro and superb evening
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4.5 based on 143 reviews
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