Oh yass, Pylos serves really really yumm traditional greek food.

A place I would definitely go back again and again!

We started off with the basic pita bread dip in hummus, tzatziki & baba ganoush(I know they call it differently).

Soon arrived kolokythakia kai melitzanakia tyganita (Oh gosh, you don’t want to hear me pronounce it).

It’s crisp, fried zucchini and eggplant rounds served with tzatziki

Moaningly good! if you ask.

Anginares moussaka, fresh artichoke heart moussaka, layered with caramelized onions, herbs and covered in three greek cheeses béchamel sauce.

This is a must have! Brace yourself into the cheesiness!

Ana and I went for the classic greek village salad.

It has fresh tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, capers, kalamata olives, feta and a simple dressing of extra-virgin greek olive oil and red wine vinegar.

Salmoni had htapothi scharas  marinated & grilled octopus with a balsamic sauce, topped with some capers.

Poached salmon served over spinach-rice pilaf with sun-dried tomato and olive sauce.

And of course, a side of hand-cut fried potatoes served with grated greek sheep’s milk cheese and oregano!

We devoured these with laughters.

Last but not least, raspberry yogurt dessert (sorry I don’t remember the name, show this picture to the waiter and he’ll know!)

Sooo good!

All in all, we love Pylos!

You can check out there dinner menu here.