Want sublime seafood pasta? Head to a place like this one, where the owner is a local fisherman and everything served is catch-of-the-day. Here the family cooks traditional village recipes and Macedonian specialties, such as melitzana horiatiki (an eggplant, tomato, feta, garlic, and olive oil salad). The kolokithokeftedes (zucchini-and-potato croquettes) are enormous. The owner's efforts have received gourmet awards, yet the place remains unpretentious and
reasonably well priced for a seafood restaurant. They even produce their own wine and tsipouro. (Note: don't confuse this modern, cream-hued restaurant with the eponymous snack bar up the road).
Main road, away from the tower, Ouranopolis, 63075, Greece