Had lunch there this afternoon - excellent home cooking at a reasonable price. Everyone in our group was impressed! if you are looking for something authentic in a non touristic environment - this restaurant is it!
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It is a beautiful traditional Greek tavern in a shady square of Marpissa, jewel of Paros. Unfortunately the food is not up to the location and not even the other taverns in the area, what a pity.
Having visited Paros and Marpissa on quite a few occasions we had never managed to visit this taverna. Having heard previous good reports about it we had always wanted to. We made time this trip and were immediately struck by the charming location with the...More
I've been to Haroula's many times before. Yes, it's quaint, Yes, there are lovely views and it's very picturesque. I would say that usually you get quantity over quality. As much as it pains me to write this - the food today was dismal. And...More
This amazing place, a real village taverna is located behind the central church of the village. Under the trees you find this treasure spot and you simply can't wait to try the goodies they make. It's the idea of eating the village woman's or mama's...More
I was wondering around the streets of Marpissa, when unexpectedly this beautiful place showed up!It was like an oasis in a desert. I had a refreshing drink and a meal.Tasty and for a very good price! And just next to this tavern there is a...More
After exploring the beautiful streets of Marpissa we had lunch here. We ordered the Greek Salad, which was mediocre. Not bad but we had tried a better one on this location. €17 for a mediocre lunch. If you can't find anything else it is okay.
Being an athenian with a vacation house at Naoussa since 1990, I have visited this restaurant many times and I am strongly recommending it if - you want to eat no-nonsense, real greek food as our mothers cooked it a few decades ago - you...More
Taverna with tables under a Huge Fig tree. Simple and tasty family food. Their products are organic. We ordered Tzatziki, Moussaka,and stew goat with lemon. They were all delicious and really substantial.