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Title: Lysseos
Post by: roger on August 02, 2006, 06:45:04 PM
Could anyone who has been to Plakias recently and , like me , regards the Lysseos  as a really good restaurant , help to whet my appetite . Is the food there as good as ever ? Any notgable additions to the menu or just the usual excellent dishes - the roasts , lamb in the oven , pork afelia , chicken skordata , duck a l'orange , and above all , kleftiko - by far the best kleftiko i have had because it is the Cypriot  version and not the Greek one = the chef is a Cypriot
Three weeks tonight and I will be sampling  my first meal there = and be spoilt for choice
 roger
Title: Lysseos
Post by: jaycy on August 04, 2006, 08:47:46 PM
Quote from: roger
Could anyone who has been to Plakias recently and , like me , regards the Lysseos  as a really good restaurant , help to whet my appetite . Is the food there as good as ever ? Any notgable additions to the menu or just the usual excellent dishes - the roasts , lamb in the oven , pork afelia , chicken skordata , duck a l'orange , and above all , kleftiko - by far the best kleftiko i have had because it is the Cypriot  version and not the Greek one = the chef is a Cypriot
Three weeks tonight and I will be sampling  my first meal there = and be spoilt for choice
 roger

Hi Roger if the food is as good as you say my Wife and I will probably see you in the Lysseos when you arrive.
Are you travelling alone or accompanied?
We arrive on the 15th and rather late in the evening I suspect.
Regards
John
Title: Lysseos
Post by: ems on August 27, 2006, 05:03:51 PM
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Could anyone who has been to Plakias recently and , like me , regards the Lysseos  as a really good restaurant , help to whet my appetite . Is the food there as good as ever ? Any notgable additions to the menu or just the usual excellent dishes - the roasts , lamb in the oven , pork afelia , chicken skordata , duck a l'orange , and above all , kleftiko - by far the best kleftiko i have had because it is the Cypriot  version and not the Greek one = the chef is a Cypriot
Three weeks tonight and I will be sampling  my first meal there = and be spoilt for choice
 roger
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We got back from Plakias this week... Lysseos was definately our fave place to eat. Their baby goat & rabbit in wine is also very good!
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Uli on September 04, 2006, 07:23:01 AM
Quote from: roger
Could anyone who has been to Plakias recently and , like me , regards the Lysseos  as a really good restaurant , help to whet my appetite . Is the food there as good as ever ? Any notgable additions to the menu or just the usual excellent dishes - the roasts , lamb in the oven , pork afelia , chicken skordata , duck a l'orange , and above all , kleftiko - by far the best kleftiko i have had because it is the Cypriot  version and not the Greek one = the chef is a Cypriot
Three weeks tonight and I will be sampling  my first meal there = and be spoilt for choice
 roger

I have been to Lysseios a few weeks ago - and I loved it again.  
Title: Lysseos
Post by: harribobs on September 04, 2006, 02:28:33 PM
my turn to be the dissenting voice on this thread    (sorry uli, ems and roger), although i must say mandy really likes Lysseos, i don't rate it, i find the portion sizes too small, the food a little boring and the (female) staff indifferent to unfriendly



*chris heads back down the trench*
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Ploppy on September 04, 2006, 02:41:41 PM
We went for the first time last year and we rated it average. Not writing it off after one go though, will try it again this year.

Any dishes I should try in particular?

Paul

Quote from: harribobs
my turn to be the dissenting voice on this thread    (sorry uli, ems and roger), although i must say mandy really likes Lysseos, i don't rate it, i find the portion sizes too small, the food a little boring and the (female) staff indifferent to unfriendly



*chris heads back down the trench*
Title: Lysseos
Post by: compage on September 04, 2006, 03:55:29 PM
Ploppy, try the ones mentioned earlier in this thread, particularly kleftiko and pork afelia.
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Ploppy on September 04, 2006, 04:01:24 PM
OK cheers John. Forgive me my laziness in not reading the rest of the thread  

Quote from: compage
Ploppy, try the ones mentioned earlier in this thread, particularly kleftiko and pork afelia.
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on September 05, 2006, 08:13:52 AM
Quote from: compage
Ploppy, try the ones mentioned earlier in this thread, particularly kleftiko and pork afelia.
I'll second that!
I even tried the baby goat last year and it was superb, never had a bad meal in there.

Sorry Chris, the female staff ie Lito is a wonderful lady, as is Christina in Harakas, always had time for a chat and a laugh, perhaps we just 'clicked'  

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: ostraco on October 01, 2006, 02:27:46 PM
Lysseos is one of the places we eat at very frequently.
The food is always hot and cooked to perfection - my favourite being the smoked pork cutlet. I agree with George about Lito too - she rules the place with a first of iron, speaks to most customers in their own language, and is always happy to tell you about the dishes and make suggestions. Her wicked sense of humour makes the place special!
Title: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on October 01, 2006, 03:08:05 PM
Quote from: ostraco
Lysseos is one of the places we eat at very frequently.
The food is always hot and cooked to perfection - my favourite being the smoked pork cutlet. I agree with George about Lito too - she rules the place with a first of iron, speaks to most customers in their own language, and is always happy to tell you about the dishes and make suggestions. Her wicked sense of humour makes the place special!


Quote from: ian s
Quote from: ostraco
Lysseos is one of the places we eat at very frequently.
The food is always hot and cooked to perfection - my favourite being the smoked pork cutlet. I agree with George about Lito too - she rules the place with a first of iron, speaks to most customers in their own language, and is always happy to tell you about the dishes and make suggestions. Her wicked sense of humour makes the place special!
Have just spent the last 14 nights in Lysseos and managed a different main course every night - every one deliciousl - don't know how many litres of wine I've consumed there over the last 18 years or so.  As you say Lito is very special lady with a wicked sense of humour.
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on October 03, 2006, 12:19:20 PM
I only had one disappointment this year and unfortunately it was at the Lysseous. I usually adore the kleftico there and always get my nose ready when opening the foil. It just didn't happen for me this year. Saying that everything else was to it's usual perfection, and Lito her usual self.

Best meal overal and memorable, got to be the Spicey Pork Meze at Medusa, sensational!

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Mike from Sussex on October 03, 2006, 03:57:24 PM
Quote from: George
I only had one disappointment this year and unfortunately it was at the Lysseous. I usually adore the kleftico there and always get my nose ready when opening the foil. It just didn't happen for me this year. Saying that everything else was to it's usual perfection, and Lito her usual self.

Best meal overal and memorable, got to be the Spicey Pork Meze at Medusa, sensational!

george g...

I had the kleftiko at the Lysseos also. Having read that this was Cypriot style on the Forum, I was not surprised it was not the same as the Greek cooking I am used to, but had no reference point for comparison. The impression I had was it lacked the garlic hammer blow of the Greek version, and so, seemed a little bland.

Agree that overall the Lysseos food is blinding.

Mike
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Greecemad on October 06, 2006, 09:11:03 PM
On recent visits to Plakias (last was June 2005), I've rarely eaten anywhere else but Lysseos. The food's always great, and Lito is superb at languages.

Somehow they seem to have less custom than they used to. I can remember years when they used to pack more tables in and they were full. I notice that they still have gas lanterns - I can remember when they had to be used fairly regular - power cuts were a feature of going to Greek islands.

Greecemad
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on October 09, 2006, 08:26:37 AM
Quote from: Greecemad
I can remember when they had to be used fairly regular - power cuts were a feature of going to Greek islands.

Greecemad
Ah the good old days, I remember when you didn't go out out at night without a torch.
There were a couple of power cuts while I was there this year and the gas lamps were utilised in the Lysseos. The days of romantic candles are well gone.

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: musicman on June 02, 2007, 01:59:34 PM
Quote from: harribobs
my turn to be the dissenting voice on this thread  (sorry uli, ems and roger), although i must say mandy really likes Lysseos, i don't rate it, i find the portion sizes too small, the food a little boring and the (female) staff indifferent to unfriendly

I would have to agree with this opinion, having ate there once, during the last week, our party were mot impressed
Title: Lysseos
Post by: harribobs on June 08, 2007, 09:50:32 PM
Quote from: Greecemad
Somehow they seem to have less custom than they used to. I can remember years when they used to pack more tables in and they were full. I notice that they still have gas lanterns - I can remember when they had to be used fairly regular - power cuts were a feature of going to Greek islands.

Greecemad

well it was very full most nights this year, we ate there once and we enjoyed it, i had a steak (which was pretty good) and mandy had her fav, the pork aphelia ( she loved it)

btw they're not gas lanterns, they are gas heaters! you can pick them up pretty cheap these days and they can extend those nights in the garden  
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Greecemad on June 20, 2007, 02:56:22 PM
Quote from: harribobs
well it was very full most nights this year, we ate there once and we enjoyed it, i had a steak (which was pretty good) and mandy had her fav, the pork aphelia ( she loved it)

btw they're not gas lanterns, they are gas heaters! you can pick them up pretty cheap these days and they can extend those nights in the garden  

Harribobs,

I have just returned from Plakias and I will agree with you that they were busier than I remembered from the last time I was there, but I think Plakias in general was busier - it may be because there are now a lot of people from the Czech Republic there (I assume they are all Czech anyway - I couldn't recognise the language that a lot of them were speaking) - at least a couple of the bars had young Czechs working there and they couldn't understand my Greek.  

Lysseos does have gas heaters, I think. But the gas lanterns are hanging from the roof, where the fans are. I don't they would be much good as heaters up there!

Greecemad
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on June 20, 2007, 03:09:00 PM
I thought they were lights too, probably because they lit them when we had a power cut last year  

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: harribobs on June 20, 2007, 09:36:30 PM
opps sorry i missed them!

i know there was at least one power cut while we were there but it didn't affect us
Title: Lysseos
Post by: ems on July 10, 2007, 12:43:33 PM
Just returned home today... its official - Lysseos does the best food in Plakias, leagues ahead of any of the others. And the service is excellent too  
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on July 10, 2007, 01:15:49 PM
Quote from: ems
Just returned home today... its official - Lysseos does the best food in Plakias, leagues ahead of any of the others. And the service is excellent too  
I'll pass on your comments to Lito when I see her in six weeks time.  

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: roger on July 10, 2007, 03:01:41 PM
Quote from: ems
Just returned home today... its official - Lysseos does the best food in Plakias, leagues ahead of any of the others. And the service is excellent too  

 I qm amazed to see ths thread still going strong a year after i started it and delighted to see another thumbs up for the Lyssoes . Please help whet my appetite Ems - my favourites include the kleftiko , lamb in the oevn , chicken skrtado , pork afelia , the roasts , the stuffed pork .. cant remember others but I usually manage two weeks without repeating anything until the last couple of days when i revert to my favourites .
 anything new this year ?
 roger
Title: Lysseos
Post by: boxerlover on July 10, 2007, 03:43:53 PM
Quote from: roger
Quote from: ems
Just returned home today... its official - Lysseos does the best food in Plakias, leagues ahead of any of the others. And the service is excellent too  

 I qm amazed to see ths thread still going strong a year after i started it and delighted to see another thumbs up for the Lyssoes . Please help whet my appetite Ems - my favourites include the kleftiko , lamb in the oevn , chicken skrtado , pork afelia , the roasts , the stuffed pork .. cant remember others but I usually manage two weeks without repeating anything until the last couple of days when i revert to my favourites .
 anything new this year ?
 roger

I had baby goat in the Lysseos this year.....it was delicious as is all their food . Also Lito's home made gateaux are to die for as a desert as are the strawberries and cream.....yum yum.
Roll on September  
Title: Lysseos
Post by: ems on July 11, 2007, 12:11:04 PM
Quote from: roger
Quote from: ems
Just returned home today... its official - Lysseos does the best food in Plakias, leagues ahead of any of the others. And the service is excellent too  

 I qm amazed to see ths thread still going strong a year after i started it and delighted to see another thumbs up for the Lyssoes . Please help whet my appetite Ems - my favourites include the kleftiko , lamb in the oevn , chicken skrtado , pork afelia , the roasts , the stuffed pork .. cant remember others but I usually manage two weeks without repeating anything until the last couple of days when i revert to my favourites .
 anything new this year ?
 roger

baby goat is indeed delicious, as is the rabbit merenge. not sure if there was anything new as such, although I tried the chicken curry this year for the first time and it was amazing. Gutted I didnt get to try the pork lemonata... or the afore mentioned gateaux!!!  ... we had the same tactic as you, try everything !
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on July 11, 2007, 12:20:28 PM
I've always avoided the Curries ems, perhaps at the back of my mind they weren't Cretan, but on your recommendation I'll give it a go.

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: roger on July 12, 2007, 12:36:30 PM
Quote from: George
I've always avoided the Curries ems, perhaps at the back of my mind they weren't Cretan, but on your recommendation I'll give it a go.

george g...

I haver never tried the curry at Lysseos - but I very rarely have curry at anything other than an indina restaurant and it seems slightly od to have curry at a Greek restaurant . I doubt i will try that given the terrific choice of other dishes which i cannot get in this country
 Yes I had the baby goat last year- i think it was new then - and it was excellent . Not so keen on the rabbit ramngo and from meory that is rather more expensive than most other dishes . And the duck a l'orange is really good   but not often on - apparently it does not sell well which surpises me . There was a new lamb dish last year or the year before - harama i think with tomatos and onions from meory . For some reason the lamb there is always very tasty whereas i normally think of lamb as a bit bland
 40 days to go - I will be a day later than you Goerge at the Lysseos because I am on a night flight so it will be wednesday night for me . So please check that the leftiko and the lamb in the oen are both on - I usually start with one of those and can never decide which one is my favourite
 the starters and sweets are perhaps less adventuours than the main courses and certsainly less choice . I usully dont bother with a starter but always have a sweet - yoghourt and honey , a cake , peach melba , strawberries and cream  i wish they did yoghourt and fruit but I will go for that if they close fr an evening and I have to go elsewhere
 roger
Title: Lysseos
Post by: boxerlover on July 12, 2007, 01:08:07 PM
Quote from: George
I've always avoided the Curries ems, perhaps at the back of my mind they weren't Cretan, but on your recommendation I'll give it a go.

george g...

I also can highly recommend the chicken curry.......yum yum  

John
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on July 12, 2007, 01:25:34 PM
Quote from: boxerlover
Quote from: George
I've always avoided the Curries ems, perhaps at the back of my mind they weren't Cretan, but on your recommendation I'll give it a go.

george g...

I also can highly recommend the chicken curry.......yum yum  

John
Well that's it then, Chicken Curry at the top of the list as I've never tried it in Plakias.  

Roger
Does your PC have a spell check?
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Mike G on July 12, 2007, 01:28:36 PM
There are lots of comments on this thread and others about tavernas but in the "Article System" there are no reviews for 2007. For new forum members this could be a useful resource and even for us regular visitors it gives encouragement to try tavernas other than our favourites of previous years. Ditto accommodation.

Paul (Ploppy), how about another "Your Forum Needs You" appeal for reviews. If everyone who has been this year were to write some it would make a good collection.

Mike
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Uli on December 05, 2007, 07:10:15 PM
I have been to Lysseos in Oct. 2007 - and again: It was fantastic!!!  
My favorite is the chicken in wineleaves - but whatever I ever ordered - it was always a big pleasure to have my dinner there.
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Steve Jones on December 06, 2007, 12:05:59 AM
I am going to be the lone dissenting voice on this issue.
 
The Chicken Curry that I had at Lysseos was certainly the most oddest 'curry' that I have ever encountered (maybe they sent out the wrong food?).

It consisted of a whole chicken leg sticking up in a (very) mildly spiced stock and some cooked vegetables.

Certainly worth going for if you like a surprise with your curry.
 
The surprise being that there is no curry in it though...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on December 06, 2007, 08:08:28 AM
Quote from: Steve Jones
I am going to be the lone dissenting voice on this issue.
 
The Chicken Curry that I had at Lysseos was certainly the most oddest 'curry' that I have ever encountered (maybe they sent out the wrong food?).

It consisted of a whole chicken leg sticking up in a (very) mildly spiced stock and some cooked vegetables.

Certainly worth going for if you like a surprise with your curry.
 
The surprise being that there is no curry in it though...
Hi Steve

I haven't tried the chicken curry yet but P&D's daughter Tracy did last year and I must admit it did look a bit odd when it turned up. As you said it looks nothing like a curry but she ate it and said it was nice. So perhaps I'll give it a try.

Never had a bad meal in Lysseous, and will keep going back if only to see the fab Lito!!  

george g...
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Graham_and_Karen on December 06, 2007, 12:39:53 PM
Quote from: Steve Jones
I am going to be the lone dissenting voice on this issue.
 
The Chicken Curry that I had at Lysseos was certainly the most oddest 'curry' that I have ever encountered (maybe they sent out the wrong food?).

It consisted of a whole chicken leg sticking up in a (very) mildly spiced stock and some cooked vegetables.

Certainly worth going for if you like a surprise with your curry.
 
The surprise being that there is no curry in it though...
Ethnic recipes are often adapted to suit the local palate - I remember having an Indian in Spain in a restaurant staffed by a Bangladeshi family that tasted nothing like the Bangladeshi food we have at our local Indian.
Title: Lysseos
Post by: Greecemad on December 06, 2007, 09:21:43 PM
Quote from: Graham_and_Karen
Quote from: Steve Jones
I am going to be the lone dissenting voice on this issue.
 
The Chicken Curry that I had at Lysseos was certainly the most oddest 'curry' that I have ever encountered (maybe they sent out the wrong food?).

It consisted of a whole chicken leg sticking up in a (very) mildly spiced stock and some cooked vegetables.

Certainly worth going for if you like a surprise with your curry.
 
The surprise being that there is no curry in it though...
Ethnic recipes are often adapted to suit the local palate - I remember having an Indian in Spain in a restaurant staffed by a Bangladeshi family that tasted nothing like the Bangladeshi food we have at our local Indian.

I am not a curry fan, but even I was I don't think I'd go for one at a Greek restaurant. Since Lysseos is a Cypriot restaurant I would stick to the Greek and Cypriot dishes - they are always excellent.

Greecemad
Title: Lysseos
Post by: George on December 07, 2007, 08:01:17 AM
Can't argue with that Greecemad!!  

george g...
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Voloudakis on May 21, 2013, 06:01:45 PM
Pictures of Lysseos Taverna. Sorry for grain, camera not very good in low light.
(http://i.imgur.com/MvCi9mh.jpg)
(http://i.imgur.com/r6BVsLj.jpg)
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on May 22, 2013, 09:30:30 PM
Back home 2 nights and missing Lysseos already.  Had been fairly quiet but food wonderful as always - until next time!
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on May 22, 2013, 09:33:30 PM
P.S. the curry is excellent.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Pimo on June 07, 2013, 09:54:20 PM
Only ate here once....the last two years we have avoided it !!!!

We were sat near the kitchens, and could constantly hear the sound of the ping of the microwave !!!! Seems to have been more empty last few years we have been past....


Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on June 07, 2013, 11:26:54 PM
Sorry don't get your comments.  Near the kitchen where exactly?

I can assure everyone that the food in Lysseos is freshly sourced and prepared and of the highest quality.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: JeanW on June 08, 2013, 12:17:18 AM
Lysseous has always been a favourite of mine and I am puzzled as to where one could be sat  to hear the 'ping' of the microwave.
 However, having returned from Plakias on 28th May following a 2 week holiday I was surprised how few tables were occupied at Lysseous each evening. In previous years it was a case if you did not get there by 7.30pm there would not be a table available.

It is not only Lysseous who seem to be suffering in the present economic climate, apart from Gorgona and Kri Kri the tavernas had significantly fewer diners than at the same time in previous years as holidaymakers seem to be opting for self catering.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Voloudakis on June 08, 2013, 06:43:19 AM
The ping you can hear is an order bell that the kitchen uses to inform waiting staff a meal is ready.  We also do not rate the Food. Small portions and we ate tastier food elsewhere. We had another try last year but it was not for us.
There were only two places that did not live up to our expectations.
I suspect one of them was because it was so quiet the kitchen was not prepared.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on June 08, 2013, 09:06:24 AM
Again I don't get the comment.  Never once heard a ping in all the years I have frequented the restaurant.  It is such a tightly run ship with Lito at the helm that there is no need to attract the waiting staff's attention - they spend most of the time in and out of the kitchen anyway with Lito front of house.  And if a dish is ready to go out and staff busy elsewhere Lucas the chef will bring it out personally.  They take great pride in what they serve.

Anyway I've had my say and would suggest people give it a go and judge for themselves.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Cecile-Ines on June 09, 2013, 05:50:00 PM
Can only agree 100% with you Ian!
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Pimo on June 10, 2013, 01:27:16 PM
To keep everyone happy, let me try the taverna again next week, and I will report how we get on!
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Barny on June 10, 2013, 04:07:23 PM
I will try it a few times in August.
     
            Barny.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Voloudakis on June 11, 2013, 09:43:30 AM
Again I don't get the comment.  Never once heard a ping in all the years I have frequented the restaurant.  It is such a tightly run ship with Lito at the helm that there is no need to attract the waiting staff's attention - they spend most of the time in and out of the kitchen anyway with Lito front of house.  And if a dish is ready to go out and staff busy elsewhere Lucas the chef will bring it out personally.  They take great pride in what they serve.

Anyway I've had my say and would suggest people give it a go and judge for themselves.
The night we ate in Lysseos (see photos). We could hear a bell, when we went inside there was a small bell on the counter, we assume this is what we heard.
Happy that other people like Lysseos, I love Cypriot food after being stationed in Akrotiri and Dhekelia. My Sister has lived in Cyprus since 1974 too.
We really have tried to like the food and Lito is indeed entertaining and friendly.
There are two places in Plakias we have ever left hungry because of portion size. My other half is slim and petite and not a huge eater and whilst I am not fat I am a big bloke.
Both of us left hungry again, wanted to give it another go in case the first time was an off night.
Wish Lysseos every success and I am sure looking at how many tables Lito fills she will not miss our custom.
Everyone should make up their own minds and eat where they enjoy the food. Love everything else about the Lysseos.
Most importantly everyone have a happy time in Plakias.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: Richard on July 10, 2013, 09:43:32 PM
I have also 'tried' to make Lysseos a favourite, having had it highly recommended by regulars that pre-date my firt visit to Plakis in the mid-90s, but I can't rave about it. The food is good, but always leaves me thinking that there was something that wasn't quite right.

Kleftiko is an old favourite of mine and while it was good, the local Greek resstaurant in the village that I used to live in in the UK made a better one. I like quite highly spiced food and perhaps this is where thing go wrong, for me at least. Not stupidly hot curries, but loads of flavour. But, given Kleftiko's origins perhaps this is how it really should taste.

I suspect that this is merely a case of my liking for Plakias leading to too-high expectations, but all the same... I could certainly recommend Lysseos, all the same, and given the lack of seating after 19:00, I doubt that I would need to.

Richard
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ostraco on July 11, 2013, 02:19:19 AM
Lysseos will certainly be near the top of our list in September. We usually go 3 or 4 times in a fortnight.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: ian s on June 15, 2014, 10:10:08 PM
Pleased to report Lysseos as good as ever having spent many nights there recently.  A few new dishes I was unfamiliar with but the old favourites still there.
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: shinaria on August 26, 2014, 08:52:22 AM
Still one of the best places to eat!
Title: Re: Lysseos
Post by: mandmshow on August 04, 2016, 06:28:06 AM
We ate here twice in July. The veal T-bone Steak was fantastic.
Always love the food there and its great for people watching.
Don't forget you pay at the counter inside !