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You will eat really well at the Lost Unicorn. English-style breakfast is served from 8.30 to 11 am in the dining room or on the terrace. The restaurant is open for dinner during the high season (last week July till end of August) and at weekends from May till the end of September. The food is excellent. It is not typical Greek, but more modern Mediterranean with some British influences. Chris, who does the cooking, uses almost uniquily local products, and you can expect plenty of walnuts, chestnuts, wild mushrooms, wild herbs, honey, pears and apples in your dishes. Chestnut soup and tarte tatin are amoung Chris’ favourites.
You will also find several restaurants serving traditional Greek dishes, at walking or short driving distance.