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Enjoy the flavours and authentic feeling of Greece at this taverna with over 35 years of history. Olives and olive oil come from their own local groves, wine is homemade, and if you like what you eat and want to try it at home you can find the recipes on their website.
Plateia Dimarchiou (Town Hall Square) and Kapodistriou Street host some of Corfu's best restaurants, each offering a delectable blend of cuisines influenced by various cultures. Notably, Italian cuisine has left a significant impact on the local dishes. Delight your taste buds with must-try specialities such as the sofrito, which consists of aromatic ingredients cut into small pieces and sautéed or braised in cooking oil for a long period of time over low heat. Another delicious option is the pastitsada, a Greek delight consisting of pasta topped with meat, slow-braised in a zesty tomato-based sauce. For seafood enthusiasts, the bourdeto is a true gem, featuring fish cooked to perfection with a medley of red sweet and hot spicy peppers and onions.