Excellent food and true Greek filoxenia (hospitality) await at the combination tourist shop, café, and three-meal-a-day restaurant. Recommended are the loukanika (sausages); rolled, spiced, and spit-roasted meat; and the excellent yemista (stuffed tomatoes and peppers) and papoutsakia (eggplant halves baked with cheese, spiced ground beef, and garlicy tomato sauce). If you want to try the specialty of the area, katsikaki sti souvla (roasted goat on a spit), order at least a day ahead. The house barrel wine, krasi hima, is locally produced, and the owners also serve homemade tsipouro (the Greek version of grappa) in a small carafe served with snacks for €6.
Village center, directly opposite Museum of Dion, Dion, 60100, Greece