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Ferryman, Elounda

Elounda , Crete
Tel: 30 28410 41230's insider take:

Except for its name, which comes from the 1977 BBC television series, Who Pays the Ferryman?, in which it played a role, Ferryman is what most visitors imagine a Greek taverna to be. Perhaps the best of a string of similar open-air restaurants along the Elounda waterfront, it offers up the expected dishes—tzatziki, Greek salad, calamari, grilled lamb—with the expected animated solicitude of your waiter, who'll top off your glass with the house white and lie about the excellent pronunciation of your Greek.

Open daily noon to 4 pm and 6:30 to 11 pm.

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