Local specialties and small dishes, such as zucchini croquettes, grilled mushrooms, and the bekri ("drunk's") meze—a meat appetizer meant to be consumed slowly with the region's red brusco wine—are served at this hotel restaurant, which you'll find next to the King Iniochos hotel. Residents stop by late at night to have a nightcap or a snack—fried formaella cheese, sfongato (country vegetable omelet), or a sweet baklava. In winter, warm yourself
at the fireplace with a vegetable soup; in summer eat on the enormous veranda overlooking the valley of Delphi. Set menus cost as little as €15.