Friends recommended "no menu" to us, so we visited early May at the start of the season. The atmosphere is an eclectic mix of African meets Greek meets health spa meets middle eastern souk.
Very friendly and charming staff and a very passionate chef who really cares about using fresh ingredients.
We had 2 fish and 2 meat dishes to share between 4, bread and a bottle of bio wine (17€ but worth it as most Greek wine is a challenging experience).
We had a surprise cocktail to start with, which was great.
All the dishes were very well cooked and seasoned - we stuffed ourselves and still couldn't eat it all.
Dessert was a mixed plate of 3 different desserts and again all were really good.
Overall the prices were reasonable for the food and expensive for drinks - the entire evening cost around €120 in total for the 4 of us.
Highly recommended if visiting Nydri and you want a change from usual taverna fare.
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