Gastronomy in Chania

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Old Town

To Steki

The traditional To Steki tavern is located in the quaint Agion Deka alley below Mitropolis Square, and it is certain to become your hangout. Mrs. Karerina...

Kaltsounia Kritika

Kaltsounia (turnovers), also known as Lihnarakia, are a treat for the Cretans and are made with various fillings.

Cretan Dakos

Cretan Dakos was known as the ''food of the poor'' and is a refreshing nutritious salad that can be prepared easily and quickly.

Cretan Pilaf (Gamopilafo)

Gamopilafo is a traditional food is served mainly at weddings, engagements and christenings and is a good choice for a festive table.

Old Town

Tholos

Located on Agion Deka Street in a 600 year old double story building, just beyond Mitropoleos Square in the Old Town of Chania, you'll find Tholos...

Old Town

Semiramis

In one of the most picturesque alleys in the old town of Chania, Skoufon, just under the flowering bougainvilleas, you will find the traditional tavern of...

Town

Tyrokomika Balantinos

The Balantinos family started crafting cheese in 1930, when their first store in Chania's city centre began operation. Since then, with a distinct focus and...

Old Port

To Mavro Provato

This is one of the shops that fits the bill. The characterful To Mavro Provato is located behind the dockyards, just before Koum Kapi. You can come here for...

Splantzia

Kouzina E.P.E.

If you miss your mother's or grandmother's cooking while you are on holiday, then the modern Kouzina E.P.E., just above the Splantzia, is your destination....

Paximadia (Rusks)

One of the most characteristic products in the Cretan diet, the traditional wholegrain barley rusk with olive oil, is used mostly in the making of the Cretan...

Chania

Chaniotiko Boureki

The Chaniotiko boureki is a very light dish which can be eaten any time of day.

Vamos

I Sterna tou Bloumosifi

I Sterna tou Bloumosifi, one of the most famous taverns in the prefecture, is located in Vamos, 20 km from the center of Chania town. The building it is...

Chania

Honey

Particularly healthy and nutritious, honey is one of local products of Crete that you should definitely try and purchase before leaving Crete. The honey that...

Chania

Cheese Products

Farming and cheese production is particularly widespread and well-known not only in Chania, but all over Crete. Therefore, during your stay in the beautiful...

Old Port

Ta Halkina

Ta Halkina is a genuine raki bar located in the Old Port of Chania and offers a view of the majestic Lighthouse and the moored sail boats. This is a...

Old Town

Dionysos

A figure sporting the traditional Cretan costume is the hallmark of Dionysos Kassimatis Family Shops in the Stivanadika area of the Old Town of Chania. The...

Lamb Ofto

Ofto lamb is one of the traditional dishes of Crete which can be served at a formal dinner.

Snails Boumbouristi

Snails are known as hohli on Crete. Below is a simple recipe to enjoy snails only as the Cretans know how to.

Ano Stalos

Leventis

Leventis tavern opened in 1996 in Ano Stalos, 9 km from the center of Chania town, and stands out for its traditional Cretan cuisine, as well as...

Chatzimichali Ntaliani

Oinopiio

Traditional fare on Hatzimihali Daliani Street with retro style (the interior is decorated with historical artifacts) and Cretan cuisine. Apart from the...

Kolokithoanthi

Kolokithoanthi, as they are called, are the flowers of courgettes. They are mostly stuffed with rice, although there are variations.

Platanias

O Milos tou Kerata

In the busy Platanias, 11 Km from the center of Chania, Milos tou Kerata is one of the oldest restaurants on Crete, the best on the island and among the 4...

Platanias

Harma Beer

Chania's first beer Harma lends its name from the Greek word, meaning 'smashing', which it most certainly is! Prepared by the Cretan Brewery, Harma is fresh,...

Old Port

Faka

Faka tavern, directly opposite Neoria has been running since 1979 and is distinguished for its traditional Cretan cuisine. Opt for one of the tables outside...

Staka (Curd)

Staka (curd) is the skin formed on the surface of fresh milk, mainly sheep's milk, when left out of the refrigerator for a few hours.

Old Town

Kalderimi

Kalderimi tavern took its name from its location. Situated on the quaint and busy Theotokopoulou back Street in the Old Town, you can try Cretan and...

Kastelli

Grambousa

It owes its name to the Gramvousa peninsula in the north west of Crete. Grambousa wine tavern, as it describes itself, is located just before the famous...