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Kyriakakis Review

This taverna is the oldest and the most established one in Ayia Marina. In fact it has been here since 1950, when Kyriakos Haldaios brought out a gas stove and started frying fish and fries under the pine trees for local sunbathers. Today, the seafront taverna is owned by his grandson, also named Kyriakos, and offers traditional Greek specialties, like moussaka, the famous dish of layered eggplant and ground meat, and plenty of fresh fish, especially gilthead and sea bass. In the summer these are served in the spacious veranda overlooking the crystal blue waters.

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Updated: 05-17-2011

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