Mavro Provato (“Black Sheep”), located in Pagrati, is one of those places with a cosy, intimate and unpretentious environment, with people who truly care for your best entertainment.
The insistence on quality, the owners’ honesty in everything concerning the gastronomy and the sensitivity to the current economic crisis –apparent from the moment you will get the menu– stand out here.
Cheerful groups of friends that pleasantly enjoy unique mezze with fine wine, daily fill up Mavro Provato in response to the call of Greek creative cuisine which, however, remains absolutely true to Greek unique raw ingredients and our favourite traditional dishes with small touches.
From the menu, besides the classic ones such as the liver, chounkiar begienti, the fresh salads and the grilled dishes, those that also stand out include the black-eyed beans with spring onions, peppers, vinaigrette and olive oil sauce and fresh oregano, nests with kantaifi, metsovone cheese, eggplant, walnut and tomato jam, lahmacun with galeni and arugula, graviera cheese saganaki with honey and black onion seed finished with ouzo, grilled talagani in pitta bread with tomato and watermelon jam, spetzofai, chicken kebab on pitta bread, marinated tomato, onion and yogurt sauce, tsouchti (linguini with grilled mizithra cheese and egg), kleftiko (pork with feta cheese, herbs and peppers in parchment paper), beef tenderloin marinated with orange and molasses, small dakos with marinated anchovies, cherry tomatoes and capers, potato salad with smoked ciro, spring onions, red and green peppers, mustard seeds and dill, salmon marinated with yoghurt sauce, capers and gherkins.
Round off your meal with ekmek with yoghurt mousse and sweet pear and iced soufflé with bergamot flavoured with cognac. Accompany your dishes with selected Greek labels that stand out!