Xanthi Restaurants

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    All day eating point Fratelli in Xanthi
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    La Piazza: Salty and sweety flavors

    by bakalapoe Updated Aug 9, 2012
    La Piazza
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    Choose from La Piazza's big variety menu: omelettes, club sandwishes, burgers, creppes, snacks, salads, pizzas, pastas and risoto.

    Favorite Dish: Vegetarian pizza with mushrooms, tomato slices, green pepper, green and black olives, onion slices, egg plant, pumpkin, edam and gouda chesse baked in the stony oven.
    The family size one costs 8,80 €, while the giga size (really giga!) is served for 10,80 € only.

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    Fratelli: The absolute Italian experience in Xanthi

    by bakalapoe Updated Aug 9, 2012

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    All day eating point Fratelli in Xanthi
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    Breakfast, cold sandwiches, sweets, waffles, juices, refreshments and Italian coffe is served here 24 hours a day. Delivery service at customers' place is provided from 7 a.m till 11 p.m.

    Favorite Dish: Freshly baked waffles with icecream, banana slices and chocolate sirup (very tasty, full of calories though!)

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    Amalthia: Mainly Pomak and Muslim cuisine

    by bakalapoe Written May 18, 2012

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    Restaurant Amalthia
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    In this restaurant start your meal with fresh green salads and starters (some of them are hot) and accompany your meal with local unbottled (absolutely safe!) red wine. From a very rich menu select your main dish of beef and chicken (pork meat is excluded from Muslim cuisine). At the end of your meal ask for local desserts with nuts and honey.

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    Ta Fanarakia: Beautiful ambiance and tasty treats

    by mikey_e Written Jul 1, 2007

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    I was a bit hesitant to go into this restaurant at first because I had arrived early (10PM) and it didn't seem to be busy. However, I was starving after a 7 hour bus ride in from Sofia and hunger overrules timidity. The meal was superb and the service very friendly, even if my Greek was halting and atrocious. The dining area is a huge garden with a raised covered section. Service is courteous and quick and there is a large selection (be prepared for indecision). The food is Thracian tavern food, heavily skewed toward meats although fish and some vegetarian options are served. Complete with traditional music, this tavern is a wonderful and colourful experience in the heart of the old quarter.

    Favorite Dish: I had kokoretsi - lamb offal stuffed into lamb intestines and baked. I generally avoid offal in Canada like the plague, but it was still quite tasty.

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  • "TA TEMPH TOY NESTOY" Restaurant

    by dimilag Written Jun 17, 2007

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    For twenty years this tavern is the point of report of visitors of narrow Nestos. Placed in the entry of this beautiful environment it has accepted thousands visitors. The family Thefilaktou for two generations keeps the delivery and maintains in high levels the service but also the quality of dishes. Delicious food and very friendly staff. Don't miss it.

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  • A Tasty Look at Xanthi

    by dimilag Written Jun 17, 2007

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    Saragli
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    In Xanthi, food is not simply good. It is particular. Local cuisine has been influenced by the Asia Minor culture. Dishes are prepared with love, according to long-standing, traditional recipes that will certainly fascinate you. It is worthwhile to savour – and buy – sucuk lokum. Its preparation reflects the patience, care and skills of the confectioner who holes each walnut, pass a string through it and syrups it. Local traditional oriental desserts such as “saragli” (rolled phyllo, buttered and filled with walnuts and honey) and “kataifi” (shredded nut pastry) are unbeatable. Moreover, the tas kebab dish is hard to find anywhere else. At the cooperatives of Xanthi, you can purchase hand-crafted pasta, preserves and jams made from local raw materials. Succumb to this world of taste temptations and you won’t regret it!

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    Be careful if you come late from tavernas...

    by AndyRG Updated Dec 19, 2002

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    What a danger!

    It is the wall of a restaurant of the city. It's written: "I'll stop drinking wine", and the reply: "(Take this, the pepper) to learn not to say bad words"...
    The housewife is... waiting for her husband, who came so late, at sunrise...

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