From the terrace of this fine restaurant you can enjoy the view over the Antiparos strait and the little ferries that ply it. The interior is all of wood and hundreds of bottles of wine shelved from floor to high ceiling. Owner Nikos Kouroumlis is a wine fanatic, and Thea has the third most extensive wine list in all of Greece; his own wine is excellent. Nikos and family hail from northern Greece and Constantinople and so does their food: Caesaria pie, hot and spicy with cheeses, salted meat, and tomatoes; Cappodocian lamb, cooked with dried apricots; or one of their famous T-bone steaks. Save room for one of the traditional Greek sweets, especially the ekmek pastry served up with mastic ice cream.
Pounta, Paros, 84400, Greece