We came across this place by accident when walking down the maim street and noticed the A board advertising a happy hour. It was 6:15 so decided to make my way down the side alley to find the place which is hidden right at the bottom of the alley. It wasn't open until 7pm, but the owner invited us in and showed us the menu. The place is best described as an open courtyard with seating around the edges that are covered by a rattan roof that us also waterproofed. It is typically Greek with whitewashed walls and colourful decorations throughout. We booked to go back the next evening.
On getting there we ordered a cocktail, both Mojitos but one with Raspberry and the other Watermelon and they were fabulous. The staff were really friendly and helpful and helped us choose a meal. The set menu was very good value for money at 16 euros for two courses of 22 euros for three.
We went for a Spinach salad starter (we are both pescatarian) and was blown away at how good spinach with dressing and some pine nuts can be, it was so much better than I was expecting and the most pleasantly surprised with a starter I have ever been. The mains were also great and we finished off with another cocktail. We liked it so much we told everybody we met about it and went back again later in the week. That time, we ordered the Sea Bass from the al la carte and it was superb, Crispy skin, soft insides and a brilliant sauce. My wife said it was the best meal out she had ever eaten and we both ate everything on the plate. We had 3 courses, a wine each and 2 large cocktails for 104 euros.
Its well worth the trip. You can find it off the main shopping street just opposite Ergons (the artisan bakery that also does cooking lessons), look for the A-Board.
Cons, portions a bit too big for us, and if it buckets down, you might have a problem. It did get quite busy also around 9pm.