In the small tourist village of Greek Paralia, almost next to the main square is located inconspicuous small restaurant called Zografos. It captured attention of my family mainly due to their menu available also in Slovak/Czech at the entrance. From outside it didn’t look that fancy, but waiter told us about the terrace with a seaside view, and with a nice and warm welcome guided us towards our table for six.
We found lovely round table, but unfortunately it was reserved for someone else. At that point, we didn’t know that these tables were reserved for singers. That night, as all Mondays were live music there. Such a wonderful atmosphere. Waiter brought us a menu, and it was interesting that only men were waiters there. The selection of food was composed from different options ranging from seafood, Greek special dishes, steaks, pasta, or even middle European cuisine. If you want to get something from waitress, you need to raise your hand. It was quite busy over there, but personnel were very friendly, even though not all of them could speak English.
I ordered scallops, my mum had a fish, my sisters had a chicken and my dad got a steak. Overall everyone was happy with the food, except my dad. After the main course, waiter brought us a complimentary watermelon on the table which was very lovely gesture. The dinner had a special atmosphere thanks to two local singers. It was nice to hear some greek music and find out a bit more of their culture. It was great first night and I am glad that we spent it with my family over there. We also had a chance to see eclipse of the moon!
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