Romios Restaurant in Rhodes, Greece is one of those magical places that you are so happy to stumble upon when travelling. Located at 15 Sofokleous Street, in a back street in the Old Town of Rhodes a magical setting awaits you.
Outside tables are arranged with romance and whimsy in mind with a variety of options to take your fancy from snug little seats for two to lace and organza canopied tables for larger parties there is something to suit everyone.
And have no fear it is not just the tables that look good the food is both beautifully presented and tasty too! We went there twice on our visit to Rhodes, once for lunch and the other for dinner and both times we weren’t disappointed with the food, service and price.
For lunch we shared a Greek salad, Panadaesia (a feta cheese delicacy) and a selection of dips.
We returned to this restaurant for our last night in Rhodes and shared a mixed Greek plate, Moussaka, Greek salad and Baklava that came with ice-cream, strawberries and fairy floss for dessert.
What I adore about travelling in Greece is that almost every café, taverna or restaurant we went to we were given some little free treat whether it be a glass of beer/wine, some olives or a small appetizer, a dessert, or potent glass of local liquor to end the meal.