A visit to Greece can be a feast in many ways. The
scenery is a feast of colour with the blue sea and
greenery of the mountains. The smell of the fresh sea
air and the pine scented breeze from the hillside can be
feast for the senses. The real feast however, is the
food. Sampling the results of the different cooking
styles, ingredients and herbs can be one of the most
enjoyable and interesting aspects of your stay.
there are at least 11 restaurants around the harbour and
within the village. A short stroll up the hill will take
you to yet another. All provide a variety of local and
international dishes. Vegetarians are well catered for,
as Greek cooking is renowned for it's many vegetable
dishes. All restaurants have outdoor seating, mainly on
There are no fast food outlets as such in Fiscardo,
if you are looking for a quick snack to eat while you
stroll; the bakeries have cheese and spinach pies etc.
In larger towns and cities you can find the traditional
"Souvlaki" vendors. These sell kebabs and pita bread
filled with meat or chicken. Although Fiscardo doesn't
have one of these establishments, the restaurant "Lagoudera",
close to the post office, does offer them as a
reasonable and tasty takeaway.