Kanella: For a taste of rustic taverna cooking, head to understated, rather rough-looking Gazi. Kanella, though, is situated in a picturesque old building on a street corner with a characteristic display of coloured bottles in the window. Meaning “cinnamon” in Greek, Kanella is a traditional family-run restaurant. With their housemade village-style bread, mismatched crockery, brown paper tabletops, the good quality of the food may surprise you! Particularly recommended is the excellent rustic eggplant salad and selections of salad. Other specialities include feta cheese with honey and Cretan stuffed vine leaves.
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