Leros (Greek: Λέρος) is a Greek island and municipality in the Dodecanese in the southern Aegean Sea. It lies 317 kilometres (197 miles) (171 nautical miles) from Athens's port of Piraeus, from which it can be reached by an 8.5-hour ferry ride (or by a 45-minute flight from Athens). Leros is part of the Kalymnos regional unit. The island has been also called in Italian: Lèro and in Turkish: İleriye.
Things to do in Leros
4 based on 150 reviews
A good resteraunt with varied menu served by very attentive staff. Fresh fish cooked to order and excellant Greek dishes like stifado served in a picturesque location overlooking the harbour. Highly recomended.
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Welcome to Zorbas, one of the oldest Tavernas on Leros! You find us in the heart of the beautiful Panteli Beach, with the picturesque windmills and the impressive castle in your back and the opened sea facing you. Take a seat directly on the beach, try our traditional Greek dishes or daily fresh seafood of the fishermen of Leros, discover one of our excellent bottled Greek wines and enjoy Greece!
Zorbas very special location in pantelini .. Octopus grill and calamari grill was good ... Friendly and tasty .. Prices ok
4 based on 457 reviews
THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED RESTAURANT.Enjoy your dinner with a breathtaking view of Agia Marina, seated in front of a traditional windmill, with the Aegean Sea at your feet. Experience some of the finest local ingredients which are enhanced with modern culinary techniques which will take you in a gastronomic journey. A secret well known to the yachting enthusiasts, which travel the world to sample the most prestigious and delicate flavours of every culture. From the luxurious lobster served with linguini or straight up, to the humble fish of the day brought in by the traditional fishing boats, you will find a variety of dishes stimulating all your senses. Be sure to ask for octopus carpaccio, tuna sashimi, kataifi cheese rolls and kalamari in pesto sauce and let the chef alongside with the humble noise of the breaking waves satisfy your greatest demands. The personnel will be more than welcome to ease your choice between the dishes of the day, help you pick the freshest fish and make sure your meal is accompanied by the appropriate wine. Quench your thirst with refreshing pre dinner drinks or simply enjoy the view with a yummy cocktail at hand at the new Terrace bar. A classic hot spot in the Aegean Islands which remains subtle and true to its character, respecting the traditions, approved and recommended by highly esteemed travel and culinary guides from all over the globe. A night out you will cherish, not only for the magical view and the exquisite food, but for the people you will meet there, which will immediately make you feel at home. Be sure to book a table in advance, to experience this well kept secret.Thank you and we await your visit . Please bring two things. A good appetite and of course your camera . Please visit our web site via link below for international reviews and pictures.
A Fish Taverna of the highest reknown. This place is immensely popular and you need to book your table at least 24 hours in advance. An extensive menu concentrates on the fruits of the sea and there are some unusual dishes on offer. Prices accordingly high but reasonable considering the value for money.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Visited here twice during our short stay on Leros. What a super place!
Each evening we arrived without booking, and despite being slightly busy, the staff made us welcome.
We tried allsorts - Anna’s Pasta [a huge portion with lots of chicken], Moussaka, Giant beans with spinach and onion, Meatballs with skordalia and fried zucchini . I suggest you share, as some of the portions, like the pasta, were too large for us! Good food accompanied each time by the live music with the owner and his friends playing bouzouki, guitar and accordion. Altogether a perfect place to spend your evenings. Thank you.
4.5 based on 455 reviews
I have been sailing my yacht around the Cyclades for ten years, and by luck it was the first Greek restaurant I went to, having sailed from from England. I was moored up in the port of Lakki and overheard a couple describing a wonderful meal they had had. When I inquired of them where it was they said it was in Pateli and Dimitris had become an uncle that day. Armed with this important information I, and my crew, headed over there to congratulate him, and so began ten years of regular visits.
Why is this restaurant so good? Well, I think I have to start with Dimitris himself. He is a larger than life character and extremely welcoming. It is noticeable that when customers come into the restaurant they all beat a path to the kitchen to introduce themselves, and in turn Dimitris somehow finds time to visit the customer's tables for a chat. At this point I must mention his beautiful wife who compliments Dimitris' efforts wonderfully. Next, the food. After probably 20 visits to the restaurant the menu has always been different and always beautifully cooked. Finally the location- perfect. It is perched on the top of a cliff overlooking the bay, and at night you can see the chapel on the island all lit up which is not only magical, but Dimitris' Grandfather built it.
Well done to both of you
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Greek-Mediterranean cuisine,first class materials,Very good prices,draft beer by the sea,Variety of good Greek wines
We have had several meals in the Ostria over the years, and although the basic menu remains constant a few new dishes are introduced every season: grilled fresh tuna thinly sliced with balsamic salad and a wasabi sauce being my favourite this year. Everything is beautifully fresh and they have an excellent wine list (ask for a bottle of "Two Moons" if you fancy a white with character). Small surprise 'starters' are a tasty regular feature, with a refreshing fruit plate at the end of the meal.
4.5 based on 405 reviews
Simple summer environment but great food and great service. We had delicious little shrimps, nice pork steaks, salad was cold and tasty. Portions were big and prices very reasonable. Good value, great local food by the beach.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
4 based on 110 reviews
Great seafood, best in Leros. Amazing sunset. Worse service ever! If you just wanna eat good seafood and don't mind the terrible service that's the place for you. Ignore the rude waitresses enjoy the food. Such a shame to rate this place with 3 star because of the service.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
We love this restaurant. We had dinner 3 times and we are going back again. Food was excellent, freshly made and service was great. We had the best shrimp kataifi, salmon and shrimp linguini, perfectly made as in a high class restaurant. Tables are next to the water, nice fishing boats, perfect idyllic setting. Congratulations to the owners for their high standards with reasonable prices.
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