I do hope the 2012 tourists will give Lorraine's Magic Hill a try. The old comments definitely don't do justice to the restaurant and how it runs today. We just came back from 2 weeks in Lourdas and we ate at Lorraine's several time, every single time the food was delicious, the moussaka is the best I ever had, whilst the char grilled baby goat and oven baked lamb are to die for. You gotta have the oven baked feta cheese as a starter, or you will miss out. Lorraine and her family take pride in their work, all the vegetables are from their own organic garden, handpicked on the day, so everything is fresh; all the meats are from their own stock which roams free on their land on the mountain; the feta cheese is home made and so is the olive oil; the fish is bought fresh every day and the bread rolls are to die for. Greek nights on Wednesday with a live band playing and singing traditional Greek music, on Saturday the same band is joined by 2 traditional Greek dancers; as both nights are extremely popular, will be a good idea to book a table in advance, we booked through their website without a problem.