Hi and welcome to the forums, BarbaraJ.
You can't go wrong at the Nafsika (near the harbour end of the village). Home cooked food, reasonable prices, friendly welcome and a great atmosphere.
I'm sure you'll get many suggestions for eateries from the numerous afficianados of Agios Stefanos..
Enjoy your hols!
Message posted by Don1 on 30 September 2008 at 10:00pm - IP Logged
Just returned this morning from an 18 night stay in San Stefanos. In all honesty we did not have one bad meal.
Starting off from the first night we ate out at
Little Prince (traditional start to our hols)
Thomas Bay (wedding reception)
Perros (barbecue... strongly recommend this)
Mistral (whopping portions)
Orchard (Peroulades.. a change and a great place to eat).
Beachcomber (suggest pre-booking)
All in 19 nights
Message posted by daveyh on 01 October 2008 at 11:02am - IP Logged
I understand that there are good Tavernas up at Afionas with views to die for. I'm heading there next week to find out for myself.
Honestly, its hard to find a poor place to eat in Corfu, thats why so many names pop up and we each have our own favourites. Do look out for the spit roast lamb.
Message posted by paulvilla on 01 October 2008 at 12:37pm - IP Logged
Agree with daveyh
the Panoram Taverna in Afionas has the most spectacular view I've seen, well, anywhere I've been on Corfu. The food is wonderful - all home cooked. The family who own and run the Taverna (and apartments underneath it) are very friendly and clearly proud of their business. The toilets are nicer than in some posh hotels and I always think that's a pretty good indication of a restaurants standards! You can walk to Afionas from San Stef (we do regularly) but you need to be fit as it is around 7 kilometres each way and the hills are vertical. Best bet is to drive or get a taxi.
I'd also recommend the Nafsica in San Stef itself. Once again family owned and run. Mamma does the cooking and son Spiro runs the hotel and taverna area in front of it.
Message posted by mathsboffin on 01 October 2008 at 1:06pm - IP Logged
In Afionas, the taverna on the oppositie side to the Panorama and the Three Brothers (begins with a P but can't remember it) is lovely. All of the dishes are in the kitchen and you are invited to go and select - recommended to go there as they thought it was the best one in Afionas. Lovely, traditional home cooked food. When we were there about a month ago, it was open from 5pm, not open at lunchtime.
Message posted by kend on 01 October 2008 at 2:12pm - IP Logged
RE Panorama Taverna in Afionas.....can someone tell me whether you can get a bus to/near to it and if not how much would a taxi be from San Stef considering the taxi will be coming from Sidari probably?
I checked out its website and it really looks a spectacular place,especially the Grand Canyon style walkway out over the cliffs!!
CABMUFC....Roll on 11 Aug 2009
Message posted by BonJoviLover on 01 October 2008 at 7:00pm - IP Logged
Ozzy Oils is amazing - Saturday is bbq night so you have to have the set menu but it is scrumptious!! the rest of the week you can choose from the menu and it is all fab - especially the pie !! to die for and I dont normally like pies, but had a taste of my daughters one night and I had to go back and have one all to myself, you will not be disappointed and the owners are absolutely lovely !!! dont miss it !
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