good food, must try, friendly service, delicious cocktails, we had dinner there twice in a week visit.
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We went into lamia from our hotel for the first time looking around the town. We were wandering around the street food market which looked very interesting but not for us on coming onto the main street we were approached by the owner to come...More
Nice tapas in a nice setting. Would recommend going if you like Spanish food. We dont normally eat Spanish but enjoyed this and nice place too.
We enjoyed a very nice meal. The menu was varied and the food delicious. I was craving something other than Asian food and my Vegetable Fajitas fit the bill!
I had tapas and that was okay. But nachos was not so good. Homemade guacamole was something what you can buy at Tesco. I couldn't eat that staff at all. Sour cream had also very bad taste. I would notgo this place second time that...More
The restaurant has recently changed ownership and it has gone downhill is a hurry. We were a table of 9 and in no hurry but it took over an hour and a half to serve us. Food was cold, greasy and in 2 cases, completely...More
Can not understand why mant people has given this a good review. Ordered the tapas and the fajitas, the bread that came with the tapas was so hard and old you couldent eat it, and the cheese was awful. No walue for money. The fajitas...More
At first we thought the food wasn't so nice because when we went there, there was nobody in the restaurant but since it was getting late, we just decided to eat there. To our surprise, the tapas was really good!
I dined here on my honeymoon trip in Dec 2012. We were visiting from US and craving for some mexican food, and this looked like the only game in town. Both service and ambiance was fine but the food itself was hardly tasty. I don't...More