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Tel: 30 22869 82783's insider take:

Before or after spending time on the beaches on the south side of Santorini, a must-stop for lunch is Psaraki, a fish taverna overlooking the boat harbor at Vlychada. Its ordinary look, at least in a country of white cubes trimmed in blue, will have you wondering why seemingly half the people on the island have pointed you toward it. But a taste of its red snapper, perhaps, or its sea bass, selected by you after a wander through the kitchen, will provide the answer. Psaraki is about simple, traditional Greek dishes done extremely well—and washed down with wine from the assyrtiko grape, given its distinctive taste by Santorini's rich volcanic soil.—Bob Payne

Open daily noon to 11 pm, March through October.

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