The walls of this veteran, Canadian-owned restaurant and locals' favorite are covered in colorful paintings: portraits and tropical scenes and still lifes. Columns are adorned with bright broken-tile mosaics. The restaurant opens after 3 pm; it's very pleasant to dine on the back patio at night amid dozens of candles and tiny lights. The menu varies in accomplishment as well as cuisine: On our last visit we sampled tasty lentil soup and a nicely grilled hamburger as well
as dry hummus and uninspired tzatziki. There are plenty of other choices, including pizza, salads, pasta dishes, and such Mediterranean fare as chicken souvlaki and Greek-style chicken. Order a liqueur-laced coffee or dessert from the bakery counter. The café at the front has great espresso but is open in high season only, usually December through Easter.