TRADITIONAL GREEK FOOD
IN THE OLD TOWN
AIOLOS (Main photo)
Fresh produce and both traditional Greek food and a little less traditional. Outdoor area almost all the year, in a "tent" and with heaters in the winter. A favorite for both Greeks and foreigners.
(Vas. Olgas 30)
Friendly, family run taverna serving traditional Greek dishes, fresh and made with love. Try the tsipuora (bream in English), or pork fillet in a heavenly sauce of blue cheese and beer, and complement the dishes with a salad. The taverna lies sheltered in a narrow, peaceful alley. (Papanikolaou 32)
The menu here is full of temptations, but there are always also mouth watering "daily specials". The food is tasty what ever you chose, whether it is a typical taverna dish, a dish that’s usually only made at home in Greek kitchens, or gourmet versions of these. (Papanikolaou/Ypsilantou)
He's famous for his cheese saganaki flambé, but chef Adrianos offers a plethora of home made, tasty mezé dishes, made with local produce. The menu varies with the season, and the mezedopolio (tavern) is open for lunch only in the winter half of the year, in the summer they also offer dinner. (Moutsourido 22)
Homemade and traditional Greek cuisine in one of the small streets behind the harbor promenade. Choose from delicious "daily specials". (Siokou)
KELLARI and I FOLIA
Two quite new taverns at this street full of taverns, and the two we always come back to. Both serve Greek food, lovely Greek food, and we always enjoy our meal at both places. (Bouboulinas)
Running waters, a pond, ancient walls and huge trees, what better setting for å tavern? Noj hungry? Just go for a coffee or a drink. Skarpeta is the place you go for beautiful and peaceful surrotundings, even if it's in the middle of the town, and just enjoy the ambience. A great Mediterranian menu. And the best location in Nafplio.
(Beginning of 25. Martiou Street)
Eat and drink in Nafplio
Here is a brief description of some of our favorite places in Nafplio, both for food and drink. Also, read about Greek food!
O Noulis (Photo: Julie Brooker)