A public relations disaster! We were looking forward to this one after reading other comments, and as it was obviously busy wouldn't have minded a wait. But the English woman was extremely off-hand and clearly unconcerned if we stayed or not: "it might be 20 mins, or half an hour - and no, you can't have a drink while you wait". So we didn't.
We had dinner twice here (+ 2 breakfasts) and really enjoyed it. Try the village sausages as a starter; and the beef in tomato sauce - really tender. The waitresses are hard-working & friendly, and really appreciated our attempts at speaking Greek, even offering help with pronunciation! The house red wine is very good value. Totally unpretentious and a real winner.
This is a gem. The food, service and the sea view make it well worth a hike up some steep steps. It is a touch pricier than most, but then the menu is more imaginative: good baby goat dishes, and the goat or lamb kerimekato especially recommended. Good portions too - especially for starters: I couldn't finish the excellent, crunchy-textured houmous. Lorraine and her staff have the approach that they really want customers to enjoy the experience of dining there. Simple really - yet in so many restaurants, this is the missing ingredient. Though our waitress hadn't heard of a Bloody Mary, Lorraine undertook this herself and reappeared with two of the largest BMs I've ever seen. They had a mule's kick, too. Don't miss this place!