Sarakina - (Restaurants in Laganas)

Barbara R           

Picked up the yellow bus as it passed us one evening. The restaurant is about a 5 min drive from Laganas, across the road from the remains of the Sarakina mansion. We had a walk around this before going into the restaurant, it was quite interesting and the views were very nice as the sun was setting. I would agree with thew other comments that the restaurant is overpriced and the food fairly average. I have a local dish of pork in a wine sauce, not recommended, it was covered in a mustard type sauce, not pleasant. My husband also had a local special which turned out to be a piece of battered cod covered in a tomato sauce. The dancing and the music was quite good. The bus does not start returning to Laganas until 10.30pm which could be quite a wait. The other people who travelled back down with us agreed that it was expensive and the food average, much better value for money in the main areas and better choice and standard of food

L Frateli - (Restaurants in Laganas)

Barbara R           

Nice restaurant on the beach. We were given a free half litre of red wine which was quite pleasant. I had chicken in a mushroom sauce with rice veg and chips, it was very nice, the pizza was also nice. The greek dancing consisted of a 15 year old and a 50+ but was amusing. The bill came to about 40 euros which was very reasonable and I would recommend giving it a try!

Zougras - (Restaurants in Laganas)

Barbara R  (16 June 2002)         

Good selection of food. Owner and son provide to entertainment which leaves only a couple of waiters so it was very slow. Music was excellent. The lights went out half way through our meal so we had to finish of by candelight. Similar prices and standards to many other restaurants in the resort.