Parga Restaurants

  • Parga at nightfall; Ostria below.
    Parga at nightfall; Ostria below.
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  • Among the better places on the sea front.
    Among the better places on the sea...
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  • Sea front Parga
    Sea front Parga
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    Adonis (sorry this restaurant has closed down): Excellent food

    by cps1954 Updated Jun 25, 2008

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    On my last trip to parga in June 2008, the restaurant had closed down. Pity because they were very good.

    The restaurant owners Antonis and Frances make you feel welcome in their restaurant. If you go early they obviously have more time to talk with you than if you arrive when the restaurant is very busy.
    Frances is from the Netherlands although her husband is Greek. This means that any of our Dutch friends can get an excellent description of the menu offerings in their own language!

    Favorite Dish: Bruschetta. All fresh ingredients. It's a lovely starter.
    Beetroot salad. Very garlicy. mmmm.
    Skordalia. For those of you who simply can't get enough garlic.

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    Eden Bistro: Good food, good prices!

    by Col21 Written Jan 30, 2008

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    Eden is situated off the main drag on one of te many side streets. As you walk off the main front, it is a tiny restaurant on the right hand side on a little square. It is perfect for people watching (especially people getting lost!) as you are surrounded by shops. The food is lovely- be prepared for a little wait as all the food is cooked to order, but the wine and the people watching will keep you entertained while you wait! The food is basic but good - pasta, omelettes etc but are cooked to perfection.

    Favorite Dish: I had a seafood pasta which was cooked to perfection - and using fresh seafood - something that some of the larger places don't!

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    Dokos: Fabulous home made fresh food

    by Witchpauline Updated Oct 23, 2007

    We stayed at the Dokos Studios which are above the Dokos Restaurant this year, and in 2006. Dokos is situated on the main road leading into Parga which isn't a noisy road. Our room was at the rear of the building overlooking an olive grove, mountains and the sea. It was cleaned and had sheets and towels changed regularly.

    It is family owned by Don and Yiota and Don's parents. Don and Yiota have just had a beautiful son Tassos who was born three and a half weeks ago.

    The family couldn't be more helpful. I was ill for a few days and they did everything they possibly could to assist me. The food is a dream, very unique to Dokos and Don makes up the most unusual sauces. We will go back again next year.

    Favorite Dish: This is very difficult as everything it fantastic. The mousakka is one of my favourites, it is so light it almost floats of the plate. Not like some of the stodge served elsewhere.

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    Zorbas Restaurant: Ideally situated for people watching

    by Witchpauline Written Oct 23, 2007

    Beautiful surroundings. The restaurant is situated on a corner looking out to the harbour front straight ahead, or the town beach if you're sitting round the corner. Great for people watching, you can see them coming from both directions.

    Excellent food served by very friendly staff. The food is cooked to order (apart from kleftiko, stifado, etc. which are slow cooked for hours) If something is not available, then it will be the following day. I was off colour for a few days and was advised what I should and should not eat. This was invaluable advice and saved the day.

    Everything about the place is relaxed and you're not rushed to eat your meal. You can sit for hours with a drink.

    Favorite Dish: Difficult to chose but one of them must be Soutsokakia. Sort of rolled meat balls in a tomato sauce served with small roast potatoes. A pleasant change from often the usual chips offered.

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    Yiamas: Avoid the crowds

    by Redpanda7 Written Aug 16, 2007

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    Yiamas Restaurant

    The "Yiamas" is situated a few hundred yards out of the centre of Parga on the Anthousa road with lovely views over the bay. Eating here means is more relaxing than the crowded restaurants on the harbourside. The "Yiamas" is run by brilliant hosts, Keith who takes your order and serves your food, and John the brilliant chef who prepares fresh local and international dishes.

    Favorite Dish: The Moussaka is fantastic. Prepared fresh every day, served in individual pots, without the unnecessary addition of chips or side salad, it is far superior to any mass produced Moussaka served in the busier Tavernas on the harbourside.

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  • Parrot: Best Restaurant in Parga!

    by Micos Updated Jul 17, 2007

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    If you are going to Parga, the best restaurant is the PARROT! The quality of food and the price is the best in Parga... you have to go to their "restaurant side", because they have a snackbar also... View is exellent and the athmosphere is very Greek... If you call the the owner, "Kostas" and tell him that you were recommended here by Mico from Finland, you will get extra nice service from a very warm, original Greek man... he is one of the most loveliest man in Parga

    Have a nice trip....Mico from Finland

    Favorite Dish: "Special Gyros", Swordfish, vineleaf rolls

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    Rudis wine restaurant: Treat yourself!

    by sum2004 Updated Jul 15, 2007

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    Rudis Wine Restaurant
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    You can have a Greek wine and a really great dish to accompany it. Moreover, the view from Rudis' balconies is really great.

    Favorite Dish: Everything was so delicious! We tried pizza and garlic bread and a mushroom dish. They also serve really tasty flavored butters as a starter.

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    Zorbas: A great choice for Greek dishes!

    by sum2004 Written Jul 7, 2007

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    Everything we tried was so great. The fish are a little expensive but there are alternatives.

    Favorite Dish: We chose the 'mix fish' dish instead, a compilation of many fishes including kalamari, swordfish etc. and in a really good price (11.50 euros)

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    Taverna Kantouni: Old Town Taverna

    by sandysmith Written Jul 5, 2007

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    Great location just off a small square in the old town centre, tucked in an alleyway. Looked a small homely place for a tasty meal whilst being able to watch the the town activity. Tasty food but surprisingly as the only people there lacked some ambience. For once the service was a bit indifferent too, not bad just not overly friendly - and no free drinks either :-(

    Favorite Dish: We both just had fillet of pork stuffed with feta cheese, bacon, mushrooms and onions. Excellent quality and very tender. With wine and water was 23 euros. No pud here but strolled around the town with a gelato from the local ice-cream parlour.

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    Romantica: Romantic location

    by sandysmith Written Jul 5, 2007

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    As its name suggest a romantic restaurant , not far from where we ate our first night but slightly higher, overlooking Voltos Beach. In fact we discovered more restaurants we would have liked to try too but just ran out of days...perhaps a reason to return one day.

    Favorite Dish: We enjoyed a plate of warm starters - battered vegetables followed by Lamb Stamina (very tender and tasty although not a huge portion) and Aubergine stuffed with mincemeat - with drinks came to 30 euros.

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    Bacchus: Water Front Restaurant

    by sandysmith Written Jul 5, 2007

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    The waterfront of Parga is lined with restaurants intermingled with cocktail bars, aimed at us tourists although we never found waiters overly pushy to entice us in, just friendly. Really spoilt for choice but one restaurant which always seemed popular was one called Bacchus. Indeed even early season people would wait on chairs outside sipping a courtesy drink whilst awaiting a vacant table. Needless to say the food was good, big portions, especially for meat lovers where there was a good choice for their grill section as well as traditional Greek dishes.

    Favorite Dish: We ate here twice and were given free drinks before and after our meals.
    The grills are all given names, for example one we had had Cyclops which was one of their specialities- Pork steak with gryros and fried egg and Parga Plate which consisted of Pork, LAmb and Meatballs, with a large mixed hot plate of Greek starters (prob wouldn't have ordered if we'd known the size of the mains!) and water and wine the meal came to 40 euros.

    Another night (the day we had luch at Perivoli) we were only hungry enough for a main course - the clycops again (as it was so good) and a dish called Crete - beef with metaxa sauce.. We had a free desert this time (fresh fruit) and brandies. Bill with wine and water was just 28 euros.

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    Oasis: Wonderful local food

    by Lomma Updated Aug 1, 2006

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    You drive for 5-10 minutes from Parge to Agia. The village with 200 single men (girls watch out)
    When you enter the narrow center you will see a cosy restaurant on the left side, with also space outside. Sit on the balcony there and enjoy the fantastic view and wonderful food and service.

    Yiannis will offer you what ever you like, and be aware of Giorgos...

    Favorite Dish: Anything - ask for what is fresh from oven.

    The Traditional Sausage is very good (for sharing)

    It is fresh, local and homemade.

    You will be invited to the kitchen to pick your own meat and look for yourself

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    The Parrot / Papaggalo: Delicious Cheep Food

    by pepica Written Mar 14, 2008

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    Hospitable staffs, good food, pleasent surrounding, sea view... what else to say? Oh, yes, you can get discount ;)

    Favorite Dish: Soutsoukakia - traditionaly dish: meat in the spicy tomato sauce with cumin.

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