This photo of Santorini Greek Taverna is courtesy of TripAdvisor
After an incredible 30 years, the restaurant is still turning out incredible dishes and now, the young couple enjoy spending time at the restaurant with their three (soon to be four) grandchildren.
Meeting with our Tito Ponching and Tita Becky, we discovered Greek delicacies (with hard to remember names) that are worth the wait. I say this because they didn’t bring out the dishes all at once. It’s like awaiting each course meal with just enough quantities that you wouldn’t realize your fill until you’ve sampled everything. Truly, it’s not that we just “sampled” each item, we finished them all!
You can’t go wrong with the vibe of the place. Small and cozy, with an immediate Greek atmosphere for well… you can’t avoid the Greek music, Greek tapestry, Santorini photos, Greek decorations, etc. Despite the onslaught of everything Greek, it didn’t feel tacky at all.
It feels like you’re at home or visiting Grandma’s place, if the clothes hanging by the window at a corner is any indication just how “homey” the place feels. Those together with the amazing service and smiles given by our Greek server, we would jump at the opportunity to visit Santorini (if it were possible right at that moment, Haha).
Fried Greek cheese that is simply indulgent. Best eaten when still hot. That cheese just is heaent every moment that it melts in your mouth.