Damigo's Taverna, Athens

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  • don't miss the entrance
    don't miss the entrance
    by didier06
  • Damigo's Taverna
    by didier06
  • Damigo's Taverna
    by didier06
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    Friendly and good food

    by didier06 Updated Mar 25, 2012

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    Small and unpretentious restaurant, the food is simple but very good with a good selection of dishes. With efficient service and reasonable prices we were so pleased so we went back a second time.

    For a full meal (2 persons) with wine pitcher and greek coffees: 38 euros

    don't miss the entrance

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  • Damigo's Taverna: Don't forget the Garlic Dipping Sauce

    by L1ttl3Trav3lG112L Written Sep 7, 2003

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    This restaurant is the cutest thing that I have ever seen. It's hard to find amongst the lavish looking restuarants around it. Family owned, it quite possibly could be the oldest family owned restaurant in Athens (don't quote me on it though!). As you walk down the steep stairs to the restuarant, you automatically are taken in by the smells coming from the open kitchen. Cute little chairs, tables, menu's... and workers.

    Favorite Dish: The Fried Fish was SOO good!! Combine that with their lovely table wine and you are on your way to having the BEST time. DON'T FORGET THE GARLIC DIPPING SAUCE!

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    Damigo's: don't forget to order the garlic sauce

    by MStars Updated Aug 9, 2003

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    it's this little hole in the wall that leads to a room below, right on a busy street full of bigger flashier restaurants.

    the menus are a bit beaten, but the food is really really good, and you must order the house wine!

    Favorite Dish: they're known for their fried cod, and if you get that and you love garlic you have to have that with the famous garlic sauce! pretty powerful stuff but really really good.

    of course get the greek salad.

    i had the chicken souvlaki, and it was yummy too.

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