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Rhodes, Greece

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Rhodes Dining

When choosing a place to dine in Rhodes, you can opt for restaurants or tavernas. The latter are usually family owned and provide live entertainment and a true taste of local culture.

If you’re in the mood for upscale gastronomy, Alexis Taverna is said to be one of the best for dining in Rhodes. It’s been around for fifty years, serving freshly caught fish. The seafood platter is an excellent choice. It overflows with sea urchin, clams, shrimp and octopus. Every item is carefully prepared to ensure its taste.

Tip: Treat yourself to Greek yoghurt for dessert. It’s usually topped with nuts of some kind, honey or walnut jam.

Argo Fish Taverna is also a perfect location for dining in Rhodes. It’s located in a secluded fishing village on Haraki Bay. Bring your bathing suit and enjoy a dip in the water. The fried calamari and mussels in tomato sauce are absolutely delicious. In the evening, the taverna is transformed into a lovely setting for romance. The list of Greek wines is extensive and you won’t find a bad bottle among them.

The Kon Tiki Floating Restaurant is excellent for dining in Rhodes. You can watch the yachts come in and out of the harbor as you savor the fabulous food. You’ll find out that each meal is like a celebration on a plate. Try filet of sole; it’s topped with shrimp, crab and vegetables in a cream sauce. This place is somewhat more expensive than a regular taverna, but well worth it.

Mavirko is a must for all visitors who seek elegant Greek gastronomy. Though the setting is somewhat rustic, the service is refined. Every table is served by four or five waiters catering to your every whim. For the last seventy years, this establishment has been in the hands of the same family. Their dedication to quality food has given them a name not only in Rhodes but throughout the country. The lamb and seafood platters are among the most liked specialties.

Dining in Rhodes on a budget is also possible. Iannis Taverna is popular for serving hearty portions at great value. The moussaka can be shared between two people. Try the appetizer plate which gives you an opportunity to try several Greek specialties.

Coniako Palati is easily recognized by its blue and white awnings. The restaurant’s owner always stands outside the door inviting visitors to try the food. Nobody is ever sorry for doing so. The grilled swordfish and souvlakis are certainly some of the best on the island.

And if you need a break from Greek food, try Romeo. The setting itself is quite interesting. The walls of the establishment date 500 years back. The grilled steaks are very well prepared. If you’re in an adventurous mood, try the octopus. It’s made to perfection.

The Red Restaurant boasts the best prices for dining in Rhodes. The pastas are freshly made and you can stay as long as you want. It’s a great site for people watching.

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