Staikopoulou street is one long outdoor dining room, with dozens of tourist-oriented tavernas serving night and day, and this popular place is leagues ahead of its neighbors. The kitchen concentrates on excellent versions of such staples as ladera (vegetables cooked in olive oil), charcoal-grilled lamb ribs, and imam bayilda (eggplant stuffed with onions), and serves them beneath a bougainvillea arbor in a quiet lane next to the restaurant.
Staikopoulou 13, Nafplion, 21100, Greece
Jan 29, 2002
This restaurant left a wonderful impression on me that no other in Greece has surpassed. The location was one of the prettiest and thus prey to many tourists camera's. Ta Fanaria even has a postcard of it's "alley" which it's waiter was pleased to offer me. The added ambiance of locals enhanced the experience even more. I rated the service as excellent because each time I came(the food was that good!)the staff treated me as royalty and would improvise
the dishes to my liking. This service they gave to the locals and all tourists without discrimination. The food was the best that I have had in all of Greece and the prices were so low that many tourists including I could not believe how inexpensive it was.