We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I didn’t stop to this restaurant to eat but I was just standing next to it at the Steki Rebetiko, when I saw the server cleaning his ears and nose right in front of me with his bare hands !!! Disgusting !!! This guy is...supposed to serve your meal !!!
And also, I wonder how can this be possible while we are in Covid19 measures ? The guy didn’t even wore a mask and nobody was worried about that.
Tempelxaneio in Greek is where the lazy guys stand and are ! What a coincidence !More
Date of visit: August 2020
mkpreveza, Ιδιοκτήτης at To Tempelxaneio, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2020
Dear “not our customer”
We believe that your review is not fair. You had not even sat down in our restaurant and you didn’t know who was that man or if he worked in our restaurant. All of our servers wearing their masks correctly when...More
Repeat visit a year later on vacation. Even better this year. Great advice from staff. Excellent fresh seafood. My grilled garlic prawns were superb. Wine advice was great too. Lovely night in a great location. Well be back next year!!!
Group of 4 with a seafood lover a meat lover and 2 children. Staffs were very friendly and cheerful, they will recommend the best food and even adjust the menu for your need. Highly recommend and great value too.
This is a great restaurant un by people who clearly love running a restaurant and serving first class food. It's got a quirky and comfortable ambience and Michalis makes a graet effort to engage with you a person as well as customer. The grilled squid...was as good as I've ever eaten. highly recommend this place.More
The rocket salad was nicely made, good dressing. The marinated ansjofish were too sour and far overcooked; thus very dry. The pork steak also dry. However what really closed the door for us to ever return have been the mussels. There were previously cooked (...apparently to be covered later in the heavy saganaki sauce) and just reheated: as a result extremely dry, tasteless and dangerous! The guest that ordered the mussels became sick and spent the night at the little ladies room....
Advice to all travellers:,avoid this place,
Sorry chef, hopefully this helps in improving your productMore