My husband and I ate every day in the Sea Breeze abd can say that the food is fantastic, it showed by the amount of people that would come to eat, the same people most nights.
I ordered pizza as my main course, and it was a frozen pizza. Enough said really. The restaurant next door, (begins with a Z) is much nicer.
For many years we visited A. G., Sea Breeze terrorizes the whole village three nights per week with its noisy discos until 2 a.m. at least and ignore police orders or guest's friendly requests to stop at midnight. - Food is as dull as in a greek restaurant in UK, and the whole place is like that. More original folkloristic place and with an even better view on the beach is (more south) for example "Theodorus" : the oldest restaurant of the whole beach. Fotis, Tassos and Maria there are VERY friendly and can tell amazing stories about the history of the village & the region and give good practical advice on everything you may need.
The food is good, and the people are friendly. Excellent place for taking photographs of the spectacular sunsets because it is on the beach.
But best of all are the Greek dancing nights!!!