Discover the best restaurant in Naousa, Greece including Spondi, To Harama, Pestrofa, Gerania, Tesseris Epoches Taverna, Sfendamos, Oinomageiremata, Palea Poli Restaurant, Tzepos Daily Bakery, Home Cafe-Brasserie
Things to do in Naousa
4 based on 110 reviews
Do not miss to visit this small restaurant in the center of Naousa. You can taste perfect Greek cuisine in a "modern way", cooked with local incredients from the region of Naousa. The highlight of my dinner was the mille feuille of vegetables with greek yoghurt sauce, and the chicken with bluecheese and brandy sauce.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
We knew to go to this place only because of one local suggestion, and we were left fully satisfied. They have special game dishes in the menu and also some traditional dishes. Very nice view to the Mountains. If you go for dinner with a larger group, better to call first - it might be full.
3 based on 20 reviews
We ordered the fish(pestrofa) which was delicious but our friends were last to be served! We had to tell the waiter 5 times that their fish hadn't been served and the answer was that it was coming.
4 based on 38 reviews
A uniquely beautiful place with a traditional decoration & cuisine (with a hint of modern). The service is excellent! Both ingredients used and way of cooking is great. I believe the secret lies in the love involved since it's a family owned place. Keep up the good job guys, it makes you be ahead of all others in Ayios Nikolaos!
4 based on 60 reviews
5 based on 23 reviews
In the main chalet, you can find a special place adjusted to fulfill all your needs. Surrounded by the alpine environment, you can enjoy delicious wines and culinary delights by the large stone fireplace. Sfendamos offers traditional homemade dishes and at the café –bar with its aroma of freshly brewed coffee and hot spiced wine will awaken your sensations. At the lobby, you can enjoy your coffee or drink by the fireplace, surf online, play board games and many more activities.
Our family of 5 visited this restaurant in a sunny day following a fair amount of overnight snowfall. We luckily sat next to a window and close to the fireplace of the splendid wooden building, thus enjoying both a wonderful outside view and a cosy indoor atmosphere. We ordered a cabbage and carrot salad, beetroots, fried local cheese and three meat dishes: pork souvlaki, chicken and sausage. Everything was as it should be or better, while the sausage was probably the leanest and meanest we have ever had. Even though we intend to visit again and would certainly recommend this restaurant, we should point out that service is not wholeheartedly customer-oriented. Our brief visit to the upstairs sitting area almost triggered a panic response, ostensibly because the floor had earlier been mopped. The floor was perfectly dry, there was no visible access restriction, and the way this incident was handled just felt awkward. Not a big deal, though, we still all left with a smile on our face.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The warmth of the wood,the beauty of stones & the cozy fireplace are uniquely matched,at the bar-restaurant of "Palea Poli". Gastronomy & creativeness takes off with the presence of fresh, local raw materials, used in tasty dishes of Mediterranean cuisine.The magnificent garden is inviting you in the warm summer evenings to enjoy a glass of local wine in the cool atmosphere of the stone paved yard
Good food and of course Naoussa wine for a reasonable price.
In the tradition of Greek hospitality there is an appetizer included and it is just as good as the rest of the meal.
Also in the tradition of Greek mothers everywhere I was urged to have dessert but I didn't have any room left to try it.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
On the last Sunday of Apokria (a day before the pre-Easter fast starts in Greece) we visited Naousa and could not resist entering this beautiful place. Usually bot so crowded, the Tzepos Daily Bakery was full of people in search of warmth and sweetness. We had to wait a bit until a table was empty, however when one was available, it was the perfect match since it was by the cute windows with a city view. The service was great, the ladies working there were kind and friendly, and our order was the sweetest. Pavlova and pistachio ice cream and their famous profiterole together with a cup of Greek coffee and a cup of mountain tea (tuvunu) were of great company to us while people kept on coming in and out of the patisserie downstairs.
A definite recommendation if you ever happen to visit Naousa.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Nourishing, tasty cooking at a very reasonable price. "Home" was recommended to me by locals "in the know" as a place where I could get good lunch and dinner selections "to go", and it was good advice... I bought our dinners there for several days and we were never disappointed. Service was quick, dependable, and friendly. Nice folks!
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