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Pote tin Kyriaki Restaurant

Kos Town’s oldest and most genuine ouzerí (restaurant), Pote tin Kyriaki, offers delicious dishes like marathópita (fennel pie), kavourdisti (pork fry-up), and a selection of seafood including local prawns, fried mussels and gáros (fresh anchovy) at low prices, listed engagingly in primary-school copy-book menus.


The owner Stamatia’s tsípouro, served by the carafe, is very strong but certainly quaffable – you have been warned. Sit out on the secluded terrace, or during the cooler months in the beautiful antique interior. The soundtrack, usually Greek folk rebétika, or 1920s and 30s underworld music, is impeccable too.

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