13 August, 2012

Seaside Lunch in Petalidi

On our way home, we stopped at Petalidi for lunch, because it sounded attractive to eat in front of the sea one last time.

We saw an Italian and a taverna, and Greek Husband chose the latter in the photo below. Anyway, later we so other restaurants on the seaside and there is a plenty of choice here.


Bright blue chairs.

The taverna was called Galazia Akti and had small fish as well as meat and stewed/oven-cooked food (magirefta).

We ordered a feta-free version of Greek salad which was excellent with fresh vegetables.

And fried potatoes. Potatoes absorbed a bit too much oil, but very good nevertheless. No bad smell of oil.

Fried squids were rather disappointing, being so thin and lacking in flavour.

On the other hand aubergine paptsakia (halved aubergines with meat sauce and white sauce baked in oven) were much better. Aubergine was meltingly soft and sweet.

With a coke and a bottle of beer, the bill was around 27 Euro, if I remember well. We did not leave tip, as they did not give us receipt.

In front of the restaurant, there was this strange section of seafront where it looked as if the cement block fell down.

There was quite a lot of fish and crabs around here and we enjoy watching them.

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