On a popular island where you’re spoilt for choice for restaurants, it’s difficult to find truly authentic places where the locals go and eat. But at Kokkalo, on the road to Firostefani you’ll find delicious authentic Santorinian food and plenty of locals enjoying a wide range of dishes. Named after the Greek word for bone, you just need to take a look at the website’s home page to see why it’s so well-liked. A short film shows a stunning venue with fantastic views, beautifully presented food and lots of happy customers and staff.
What to eat at Kokkalo…
The menu offers a wide range of dishes. There are two categories of starters – land and sea. Seafood options include the famous Greek fava served with octopus, and fresh mussels ‘saganaki’ with feta cheese in tomato sauce. More land-based options include another Santorini favourite – tomato fritters served with tzatziki dip. You can also try delicious smoked eggplant dip and feta cheese pie, topped with honey and flavoured with Mastic liquer.
Delicious authentic Santorinian food…
Main courses mainly feature meat and fish, but there’s also a wide range of salads to choose from. Don’t miss the famous Santorini Greek salad (featuring the tastiest cherry tomatoes in the world). Kokkalo is well-known for its steaks (tagliata, Tomahawk and T-bone) which mature for six to eight weeks. The pork tenderloin souvlaki is also a popular choice. Fish dishes include salmon fillet in orange sauce and a bream fillet in a bouillabaise soup. Many Tripadvisor reviews speak highly of the Choco Hell dessert (a home-made chocolate souffle). Ehmek Kadayifi, a bread pudding served with kaymak, a special kind of clotted cream is also popular.
Kokkalo also offers popular cooking classes if you’d like to try your hand at Greek dishes when you get back home. Create tasty dishes and great memories. Kokkalo’s experienced chefs will show you how to prepare a salad, two starters, a main course and a dessert.
To find out more visit the website here