Written by on April 11, 2012 in I Eat Greece, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Athinios Port, Santorini, Greece

How I heard of this place: Awaiting our ferry to Syros, we needed to use the facilites and decided to order a bite at this seaside establishment in exhcnage.

Type of cuisine: Pizza, spaghetti, grilled plates, omelets, croissants and “toasts“.

Ambiance: A rather large internet cafe-bar-restaurant-pizzeria at the ferry harbor in Santorini, the blue ceilings and chairs set against white walls and tables create a trulyGreek feel as visitors take in their arrival or departure from this island in the Cyclades. Walls are decorated with framed photographs of ships and scenery, as well as mirrors, ceiling fans overhead, tiled floors below, the entire space a covered, outdoor patio, overlooking the harbor and buses awaiting cruise-ship port tour visitors. A wooden bar is found just beyong the wide, arched doorways leading out, more seating available under the sun.

What I ordered: Chris selected the Vegetable Omelet (€7), which the two of us shared. The plate-sized, flat omelet had green bell peppers, tomatoes and olives throughout, and was served, simply, with three slices of tomato on the side.

What I loved: Not having sampled anything else, I would say I most enjoyed the crisp vegetables found in our omelet, a delightful texture surprise of green bell peppers and freshly sliced Kalamata olives.

Why I loved it: Beautiful view. Friendly Maldovian server.

Cost: Low to average (€3-€8 per omelet, croissant or sandwich)

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