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Attica, the Saronic Gulf Islands, and Delphi Restaurants


  • Greek

Updated 09/03/2014

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It is well worth climbing the 263 steps leading from the main road up to the church of Ayios Georgios. Behind the churchyard, the lovely smells from this hilltop restaurant's kitchen will prepare you for a tasty meal. The restaurant dates back to the 1930s and has served many a Greek politician and poet. Start with local specialty opsimotyri (tart yogurt dip) and the house salad of shredded red cabbage, carrot, and grilled mushrooms. Then, dig into a plump bifteki

(ground meat) flavored with parsley, or dolmades (stuffed vine leaves) with a creamy lemon sauce. The lamb stewed on vine leaves is also a favorite with regular clients. Reservations are essential during winter weekends, when there is Greek live music and the impromptu party continues until the early morning hours.

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Restaurant Information


Ano Arachova, behind Ayios Giorgios, Arachova, 32004, Greece



Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Mon.–Wed. in June–Aug.
  • Reservations essential

Updated 09/03/2014


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