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Where's Best To Eat?

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Category: Corfu
Forum Name: Agios Gordios
Forum Discription: The resort of Agios Gordios is on the west coast of Corfu. Pretty village with large sandy beach. Plenty of Tavernas and bars Famous for the 'Pink Palace'!
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Topic: Where's Best To Eat?
Posted By: davyboy
Subject: Where's Best To Eat?
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2016 at 4:42pm
For us it has to be Argo one of only three where we dined, on our short stay last year. Did we miss out?

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Posted By: carolox
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2016 at 12:23pm
Mine is lunch at Black Rocks, for location and great food.
Alexanders in the Garden for evening, beautiful setting in the village and the food has always been excellent and of course such a lovely family,as most are.


Posted By: weststekker
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2016 at 2:00pm
 It is a much shorter list of where not to eat as it has Zero entries.

 Sorry to have to report that Alex in the Garden closed a few years ago. I do enjoy good local food and visiting different locations trying their take on one of the classic dishes. As to where is best is a matter of individual taste. The larger locations are offering high quality food but I also like to visit some of the smaller locations. A location worth a visit is at the opposite end of the beach to Black Rocks. Ortholithi is small but turns out fantastic dishes from their small kitchen. On Wednesday's during the season they have their own small "Greek Night." Just 2 live musicians and 2 dancers, well worth a visit. OPA!!! 


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Posted By: jurjen
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2016 at 4:33pm
Originally posted by weststekker weststekker wrote:

Sorry to have to report that Alex in the Garden closed a few years ago.
True but Alexis is still there, and has a garden. I suspect a small mixup here ;-)


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go downstairs to a bar with seaview,
down a few more steps to the beach....
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Posted By: leelee36
Date Posted: 24 Feb 2016 at 3:56pm
Places we never miss:

Sea Breeze
Sebastian's
Thalassa
Ortholithi
Steven's
Angela's in Pendati



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Posted By: weststekker
Date Posted: 24 Feb 2016 at 5:41pm
 Angela's in Pentati is a real gem. Right off the beaten track, you will need a car, a taxi or a very stout pair of walking boots to reach it.
 It is a real traditional village Cafe/Bar. There is no real menu, a meal will be cooked for you from what they have in their kitchen. You can have your meal on the roof garden which has a superb view over Agios Gordios. Add to this a few glasses of local wine, a sunset and you will have had a visit to remember and tell your friends about.

 Yammas, Colin.


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Posted By: leelee36
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2016 at 1:47pm
Last time we went to Angela's the coast road was rather interesting...big craters and dips and areas missing due to landslips, but it made for an exciting journey! It's worth it for the warm welcome you get at the other end and, of course, the delicious fresh food.

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Posted By: weststekker
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2016 at 2:04pm
 There have been a lot of road works being going on in the area. Here is a link to a site which will show progress and photos. http://www.pentati.com/village-project/road-repairs.html

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