The best sea side restaurant i have ever been. The food and the view are both breathtaking. The owner makes you feel at home. Really great!
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This restaurant is an amazing experience absolutely to do once in Folegandros! They come to pick you up with a private boat from Agali bach and you go directly to the restaurant in Agios Nikolaus. The place, the view and the staff are amazing,they speak...More
We walked to this restaurant, which is quite an adventurous walk over the cliffs, but there is an easy and short boat ride available as an alternative, which we used on the way back. The setting is beautiful, a large wooden deck with fantastic views...More
During out private boat tour of Folegandros we took a light lunch at Papalagi and had a really wonderful meal. The highlight was the grilled octopus, which was soft and tender and perfectly grilled with wonderful light charring in places. Fully recommend this restaurant -...More
The setting is very good.You go in the beach and then you cant escape.Sooner or later you will go in the trap.Very expensive for what you get.Not a fair deal.
The Papalagi restaurant is located on the top of a hill at saint nicolaos beach with a magnificent view. Make sure you reserve a table in te front line before you go to make the most of it (unfortunatelly we did not know that). The...More
Take no notice of the miserable wretches who have posted negative reviews. Take the (free) boat from Algali beach at 8.00 pm. Cocktail + meal + wine for 4 = well under 100 euros. The spectacular view alone is worth it. Charming, friendly service. Then...More
The restaurant has a great view, perched just above the Agios Nicholaos beach. The food is very good (including great, fresh fish), and even the house wine is unusually good. The service is very friendly.
Once you get to Agios Nikolaos beach (worth the walk), you'll be hungry and so glad to see a taverna with fresh fish and welcoming hospitality. The choice of freshly caught fish was extensive, the Greek salad was terrific, the water was cold and the...More