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 what you get. They even produce their own wine and tsipouro. (Note: don't confuse this modern, cream-hue restaurant with the eponymous snack bar up the road).