Description

Flisvos
Flisvos
Flisvos
Flisvos
Flisvos

Boasting a stunning location in the well-known Pontikonisi, one of the most photographed and beautiful sights of the island, Flisvos cafe-restaurant promises to introduce you to the culinary paths of modern Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.

Combining simplicity with glamour, your time here will take you back in time with the picturesque boats and the church of Panagia Vlahernon composing the "scene" of an experience that will be truly unforgettable. You are found in a place that literally has everything. You can enjoy your coffee and breakfast from early in the morning or your drinks and dinner until late in the evening.

Its kitchen deserves a special mention, as this year it has evolved with a more mature menu that places special emphasis on fresh fish and seafood, but doesn’t exclude other options. The dishes of the menu we stood out include the bruschetta with anchovies and smoked eggplant salad, the irresistible lobster pasta, the fried fingerling (one of the few places on the island that you’ll find it) and the fresh scorpion, either bianco or bourdeto. Ask for the catch of the day which comes directly to your plate from the Corfiot fishermen’s nets.

This year you will also find an excellent and enriched wine list, which hosts and promotes the Greek vineyard emphasizing on indigenous varieties. On its wine list, we also find a remarkable representation of the Greek wine map, including, among others the Retsina Papagiannakos from Attica, the Vidiano from Crete and the wine series "Apla" by Oinops from Drama. If you are a wine lover, don't forget to check out the dessert wines with the Moschato Samou, the Vinsanto Santorini and a version of dessert malagousia, the "Glykes Euxes" from Pieria composing the list. Of course, there are plenty of spirits (aged and non-aged) as well as liqueurs, limoncello, tentura and rakomelo. 

SEASONALITY
Open summer season only
WORKING DAYS/HOURS
Daily: from 10.00
PRICE
From €14/person
RESERVATION REQUIRED
Yes
ACCESSIBILITY
Yes