Fodor's Expert Review Dinoris
Tucked away down an Old Town lane, this elegant and spacious restaurant’s foundations date back to AD 310, when it was a hospital, and it was converted into a stable for the Knights of St. John in 1530. Seafood specialties are the main attraction on the menu, including the variety platter, which includes psarokeftedakia (fish fritters) as well as mussels, shrimp, and lobster. Also try the sea urchin salad and grilled calamari stuffed with cheese.
Platia Mouseou 14a
Rhodes Town, Rhodes 85100, Greece
- Excellent seafood
- Charming outdoor-dining setting in the Old Town