There is no sign at the entrance, there are no menus, and the service here is tough, and this place is still stirring interest. The regulars of this restaurant will not abandon the place. Generation after generation they come here, to eat the food of Kirmitzu, known in his nickname "Master Dimitri." He came here in the age of 14, in 1950, and took over ownership of the restaurant from the original owners.
As soon as you will be seated, Anstice, Kirmitzu's apprentice, will place on your table a small ice box containing a jug, with hand-made resin wine stored in huge wooden barrels around the restaurant. Every day Master Dimitri places big heavy pots full of food on the counters, and these will be the only things you can order each day. Hummus soup, Greek salad, fried sardines, and meat stews. With the main dish, there are also great fresh salads, and also the best Pava Cream you will find in Greece - plated with a thickly cut onion, black olives, olive oil, spicy green peppers and lemon slices.
Be sure not to miss out!