A chef with real skill who charges way too little for his food! Risotto was cooked perfectly with a little bite to the arborio, all dishes were on the mark.....would make this a regular haunt!
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We ate at Gorgones during our recent Skopelos holiday. We were seated outside and it's quite quirky as you're on the steps leading up to the Blues Bar so the chair legs are cut to accommodate the steps. Great to listen to the music from...More
Owner was brusque and unhelpful and never really explained what was on offer; poor quality food. The only plus was that there were tables inside as in September it's cool in the evenings.
We went out for a light dinner and ended up in Gorgones - first customers to come in, since they open after 19. The menu is short, with some dips and main courses, only some traditional Greek dishes, plus they have the meals of the...More
Free bread and olive tapenade was served. Due to the size of the portions, we could share a portion of Swordfish, a plate of fries and a bowl of Greek salad and ate to our hears content! Washed down with 500ml of house wine it...More
Nice little place, hidden away with an interesting decor and pleasant atmosphere. The food is decent with a twist. It's not your traditional taverna but it's not a refined restaurant either. Sort of caught in between. Service is good. So overall not a bad place...More
Went there for dinner. The portions were average and the flavors were unique. I wouldnt say that is traditional, but i loved the setting and decor
Lovely atmosphere, especially in the alley seating. Short menu, but lots of Greek dishes to choose from. The portions were huge so we ended up sharing on our second visit, so don't hugely over order like us! Staff were very friendly and very good value....More
This little tavern gains you with its atmospherical decoration and the warmness it provides. The food is good, but surely you can find a better option in town. What u cannot find so easily is the cozzy atmosphere of Gorgones.