The waiter/owner(?) is most entertaining and a great showman, but then he has a great product; the food IS excellent. The dips that came with the bread were really tasty, and the Stifado we had was very good. If you can make it on a Saturday or Tuesday you may be lucky enough to get the Hog Roast (look for the sign on the pavement), deliciously cooked in herbs that are just right. This kind of drive and product deserves a regular clientele rather than one that refreshes every 7 or 14 days. At the western end of the main street, on the left . . . . deserves your patronage.
Easy to find, but only if you know where to look; it's behind the church, just off the main street, or there is a back entrance from the car park. The best pizzas we've had outside Italy, cooked in an olive-wood fired genuine pizza oven, by a wonderfully enthusiastic lady. Very reasonably priced (when I queried the low bill the owner came across immediately; I think he thought I believed I was being overcharged). The two young lads are most attentive, . . . and good fun. The Broclava(?) sweet is also excellent. If you can't finish your pizza they'll even put the rest in a 'doggy box' for you. Nearly forgot, they do take away pizzas as well.