Tamam restaurant is housed in an old cold-pool room in a building that was originally used as a Turkish hammam. Located on the picturesque Zambeliou Street, Tamam has 3 spaces; 2 indoor and 1 outdoor, the latter with tables lining the alleyway of Zambeliou street. Tamam's point of difference is its Greek cuisine, and its 'politiki kouzina' (which draws its roots from the Greeks of Asia Minor).
The menu's highlights include Chiounkiar Begendi (slow cooked lamb casserole with tomato sauce, spices and mashed eggplant), oven cooked goat roll with potatoes and 'staka' (Cretan goat's milk butter), and Iranian pilaf with dried fruits and raisins.
The restaurant's fine wine list consists of 40 selected labels, 95% of which include recommendations from Greek vineyards. During the summer season, you'll find more local, Cretan wine options.