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This is an amazing location that reminds how the Greek villages were in the 70s and 80s.
The beautiful little square of the village is the dining area of this traditional Greek taverna.
The food is home made and the place is family operated.
Every...single dish is absolutely delicious.
Salads are freshly prepared from local vegetables.
The meat is also supplied from local farmers.
Service is polite and friendly.
Dining there is just an unforgettable experience.
The atmosphere is very warm and relaxing.
I have visited this place a few times and always the food is great.
Highly recommend especially if you're looking for a romantic dinner at an unforgettable location.More
Staying the Atrium Prestige and saw the Platanos on TA reviews so decided to give it a try. It was extremely good food service and ambiance. Anyone who has seen my previous reviews on other outlets around the world will be surprised by the enthusiasm!...The fish was fresh tasty and well cooked, the aubergines tasted like no other. We will be back in a day or so to try more of what this quaint well run taverna has to offer. Table for 2 please!More
Brilliant food! We had a selection a starters (meatballs, courgette balls, cheese balls…) and it was the perfect lunch for our family.
The place is lovely and traditional, with shade under a pergola.
Nice and efficient service.
Free parking and clean toilet.
Definitively recommend for...a nice lunchMore
It depends on your budget - you ca nget a taxi anywhere on the island. It would be best to rent a car and visit the restaurant and the southern part of the island - try to go to the very tip where the windsurfers are too... More
It depends on your budget - you ca nget a taxi anywhere on the island. It would be best to rent a car and visit the restaurant and the southern part of the island - try to go to the very tip where the windsurfers are too - Prasonisi Beach.
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