The restaurant takes its name from the smallest of the Ionian Islands and Odysseus' home. Fine linens on granite tables and walls textured to look like ancient sandstone lend to a relaxing atmosphere. A small bar leads to the first of two dining rooms. Among traditional favorites are true Greek salad, grape leaves, moussaka and the specialty lamb, either roasted or on shish kebab. Revani, a honey-soaked cake common all over Greece, is a great choice to finish.
Ratings and Reviews are the subjective opinion of individual consumers, travel agents or travel counselors and not the opinion of the American Automobile Association ”AAA” or AAA Clubs. Neither AAA nor AAA Clubs shall be held liable for any damages resulting from display or use of these ratings or reviews.