Casa de Blue Restaurant - (Restaurants in Lourdas)

Sam M           

We had been rugby tackled into this restaurant 4 years ago on our last visit by the owner and unfortunately he was still there this time but we persevered! Compared to some of the other restaurants on the main road the service here was disappointing, Danny Devito has indeed relocated to Lourdas, but his charm and sense of humour definitely was missing. However, we had cheese pies, a pizza and sea bream, the cheese pies were ok (puff pastry), pizza was ok too but the base was similar to the texture of cardboard, the bream was very tasty. To be fair we were given a complimentary starter (mini moussaka) and dessert (selection of melon with ice cream). Prices were reasonable at approx 30 for 2 courses and wine. Not the best but give it a go!

Greek Islands - (Restaurants in Lourdas)

Sam M  (October 08, 2006)         

Fantastic! Brilliant service, attentive but not intrusive, wide choice on the menu and always delicious sounding specials, welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. We ate here twice and both meals were lovely, only word of warning is the size of the portions - they're huge! We also found it best to request what you wanted with your main meal i.e. only salad or potatoes no rice, otherwise it all seems to arrive on the one plate as standard. We would definitely recommend the bruschetta (to share), chicken souvlaki and mixed grill. Prices here were also very reasonable at 30 for the 2 courses, wine and water. Of all the choices avaiable make this one the top of your list!

La Mer Restaurant - (Restaurants in Lourdas)

Sam M           

Location was great - perfect setting to watch the sunset with a glass of wine. The service was quite stand-offish but polite, the food was nice and the prices reasonable. The lemon chicken with potatoes was a favourite and the meatballs were very good too. Gets very busy so time your arrival carefully! 

Spiros Restaurant - (Restaurants in Lourdas)

Sam M           

Spiros was a great host, makes you feel very welcome and we visited here three times. The bread that arrives on the table with your drinks was the nicest we had, lightly chargrilled with a hint of garlic - yum! His cheese pies are the best (light and crispy filo pastry - delicious), oh and if you order calamari get it to share as the plate was piled high. Generally we cannot fault the food but I would avoid the vegetables as they were slightly over done, just ask for salad as a substitute! Very reasonable prices at approx 30 for 2 courses, wine and water.