Some of the most delicious and innovative appetizers in Thessaloniki are served at this little ouzeri run by the Vrotos family. You can sit in the noisy interior, decorated with old movie posters, or at the tables out front, all jammed with the cognoscenti. A strong Anatolian influence is evident in the terrific mezedes and main dishes: try the Hunkiar Beyendi (beef with tomato sauce and eggplant puree) or the bougiourdi (tomatoes, peppers, and feta and other
cheeses baked in a clay pot).
Mitropolitou Gennadiou 6, Athonos Sq., Thessaloniki, 54623, Greece