Taverna Aloni in the Old Village has been in business for a long time, and has a very loyal following from locals as well as other European homeowners in the village. One of the most distinctive advantages of this taverna is its location, as it provides for breathtaking views toward the north/northeast (see photo to your right).
The Aloni menu is fairly basic, consisting primarily of traditional Greek salads and spreads, and the main entrees are focused on meats and fish cooked on a charcoal grill. The good is good and the service is as well. For many years The Aloni was operated by a much esteemed local man named Panayiotis, who would keep the restaurant open all year long. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago and is still sorely missed. His widow Vinetta is now operating the taverna but only keeps it open from June to perhaps mid-September. She is assisted by her lovely daughter Ourenia, who is a very friendly and efficient waitress.
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