Contact us
Tel: +3026610 20066
Fax: +3026610 20069

Eating out in Corfu is a pleasure. !

Whether dining at a local taverna or restaurant, there are hundreds of small places with exquisite food,
makes you really hungry ..

The native cuisine is delightfully uncomplicated and quite different from what's found in Greek restaurants abroad. Much of the cooking relies on simple seasonings and fresh meat and vegetables.

It's common for Greeks to make a lunch of mezedes,Typical dishes include fried meatballs, octopus, shrimp, squid, cheese, olives, stuffed vine leaves, squash balls, tzatziki, eggplant dip, small sausages and giant beans. You can find mezedes at an ouzeri (serving ouzo, an anise-flavored liqueur or with beer.)

Both of these restaurants are open only the day.

For the evening meal, Greek tavernas serve specialties as moussaka, pastitsada, mpourdeto, kebabs, pastitsio,stifado,and paidakia. Dont' forget to try the local drink called gingerbeer. ( tsitsimpera )

The cost of dinner for one, not including drinks, start from 7.00 euro

A lot of restaurants, Greek Tavernas, ouzeri, you will find in all tourist areas of Corfu.

My Favorite Menu

  • Moussaka (lamb, eggplant and bechamel sauce),
  • Pastitsio (lamb or goat meat with macaroni and tomatoes),
  • Stifado (braised beef with onions),
  • Paidakia (grilled lamb).
  • Sofrito which is (small slices of veal cooked in spicy sauce),
  • Pastitsada which is ( macaroni with veal cooked in tomato sauce),
  • bourdetto a fish cooked in sauce with red peppers and onion
  • Lamp with potatos in the oven.

Don`t forget to drink the typical anise brandy with a high alcoholic content called : ouzo, koum kouat (a kind of orange liquer), and gingerbeer ( tsitsimpira)

Other thing to buy from Corfu are White wine, Kumquat liquer, Mandolato nougat, and local cheese.

If you want to find out more about Corfu restaurants, visit is the first full restaurant guide on the island of Corfu with many search options and a large number of restaurants.

Transfer types 

Airport Shuttle Transfer:

A shared bus transfer, that may depart the airport at set intervals, calling at several drop-off points at the destination.

Private Transfer:

Your own transfer where you depart the airport as soon as you're ready and go straight to your destination.


Private Transfer for larger groups, often more economical than multiple taxis.


Private Transfer for even larger groups.

Executive Transfer:

Private Transfer where you're met by your driver and escorted straight to your awaiting vehicle.

Vip Transfer:

Private Transfer where you're met by your driver and escorted straight to your awaiting vip vehicle.

Wheelchair Adapted Vehicle:

Private transfer suitable for your group size with a fitted ramp or lift.

#fc3424 #5835a1 #1975f2 #2fc86b #ftrac9 #eef11478 #230314005616