Hi to All at Zakanthi,
We visited here for our last evening meal on our week's honemoon to Kalamaki and we are glad we did!
We intended to book a table at Michaelos as we were told they get busy but couldn't get through on the phone and was a little too far off the main road for us to walk not knowing whether we would get a table.
We weren't sure where this place was even though we had passed it most nights. Not sure why we hadn't visited sooner than we did but place didn't seem popular until our last night when there were loads being seated in the loverly garden area. Couples, families and even the local cats lay down nearby. We were welcomed into the restaurant by a very nice man with grey hair. I say this as he couldn't stop mentioning that I also had grey hair too and he said that made us brothers!
We sat out in the garden which was very pretty with canopy, flowers and water feature. It was a small choice of menu but as the 'grey haired man' said. Why do other restaurants have so much choice? Less choice = better food. Well, his theory proved correct as the food was delicious. The staff there couldn't do enough for you.
At the end of a wonderful evening the waiter even noticed I had spilled a drop of red wine on my white shirt and he quickly squirted me with a special stain remover. It was a bit like a scene out og Ghostbusters but it saved my new shirt from ending up in the rubbish bin!
Keep up the good work. I would say this restaurant along with Dias & Stani are on a par as best restaurants in Kalamaki for 2012!