Psaraki (“little fish”) was created by its owners Thanasis and Aggeliki based on the idea of simple and honest food. From all over the island we got warm recommendations to try out Santorini’s best fresh fish tavern! Guided by the motto “in locals we trust”, we followed their advice and ended up next to the oblong balcony with its pale blue pergola and the Aegean spread out beneath.
Out of desire to return to the basics, the chef uses local production and the seasonality of Santorinian land for the creation of his dishes. The protagonists of Psaraki kitchen are local products like cherry tomatoes, fava bean, capers, and white eggplant. If you feel adventurous tonight, try out the less known round zucchini, the kardamida (salicornia), the xylangouro cucumber or the young green peas. Discovery alarm!
We took a table right in front of the cute small harbor and decided to go for a table full of mouth-watering appetizers: Fresh tuna carpaccio, Santorini cherry-tomato fried dumplings, Fresh Greek mussles steamed with wine and spring onions, Greek bottarga of grey mullet with cream cheese and lemon… and this was only a start of a very flavorsome evening!
From all over the island we got warm recommendations to try out Psaraki, Santorini’s best fresh fish tavern!
It’s a good idea to reserve a table in advance, as you are surely not the only one who got this recommendation. You can also opt for a late night dinner without reservation, but make sure you arrive before the kitchen closes (at 11PM).
Contact Psaraki Restaurant
Address: Vlychada Marina, Santorini, 84703, Greece