Athens Restaurants #2 Aiolou 68

If you’re looking for a restaurant bright and spacious where to eat seafood and Greek dishes, it is the perfect restaurant. We found this one by chance, and it’s a little bit difficult to find without google maps on your hand. It has no sign, no name… Only the number of the street as reference, Aiolou 68. Which means, when you’re on Aiolou street you’ve got to find the number 68 and turn into the little alley until the end where you will see the restaurant.

I was very surprised by how quiet this restaurant was and how bright was the room.

On the Menu, many different species of fish and seafood and seafood all cooked as bougiourdi. Because I never hear about that dish, I decided to try this Greek specialty. Cooked with feta cheese, it was a very spicy meal. Happily, they serve it with bread, makes it a delicious and gourmet experience.

Octopus Bougiourdi for 12€

This other meal we ordered was spaghetti with shrimps for 15€, which sounds expensive, and probably the reason why the plate was so generous, full of shrimps and spaghetti!

Big plate of spaghetti with shrimps for 15€

The staff was very nice, let us a good memory of this little discovery in Athens City!

Click here to find this restaurant and more on my Google map list Good value Athens Restaurants

Author: viniedaily

I'm an European citizen, living in Paris, who has lived in Taipei during 5 years before moving back in Paris for Work. Living in Europe gives me the opportunity to easy travel for 2 to 3 days and experiment new cultures and foods. That's what I'm doing during my free time! I love eat, discover new flavors and new cultures, through the way each people has to approach the meal time. For all those Cultures I've met, I create this daily diary, to memorize all the places I've been, and all the delicious food and flavors I've discovered. This is my personal blog, I would like to share it with you

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