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Athens Restaurants

Yiantes

Updated 09/02/2014

Fodor's Review

In a flower-filled courtyard—fashionably green and framed by wisteria and jasmine—you peruse a menu that, despite some modern influences, reads like an honest culinary journey through the far reaches of Greece. Although a little pricier than the norm, this neo-taverna attracts intellectuals, students, lawyers, actors, and health buffs, partly because it is co-owned by two of Greece's foremost organic farmers. Almost everything is fresh and delicious, as the chef estimates

that about 90% of the ingredients he uses are organic, including the house wine. Perennial favorites on the menu include the fresh grilled cuttlefish with spinach salad, the grilled liver with caramelized onions, and the couscous with smoked pancetta, cherry tomatoes, fresh thyme, and parmesan. The bargain prix-fixe menu offers excellent value for money,

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Valtetsiou 44, Athens, 10681, Greece

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Phone:

210-330–1369

Website: www.yiantes.gr

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Mon. and 1st 2 wks in Aug.

Updated 09/02/2014

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