Acharavi is one of Corfu's most popular resorts. Seen as the capital of the north of Corfu, Acharavi has loads of great restaurants for visitors on holidays to Greece to enjoy. With both local and international options made from fresh ingredients, you're well catered for come breakfast, lunch or dinner. If you're planning holidays to Corfu, these top 10 eateries will help you fill up on some of the most tasty cuisine Acharavi has to offer.
Woody's has a great selection of Greek and British options, at cheap rates. As if it wasn't already worth the low prices, you get one of the best sea views of anywhere in Acharavi. To add to the dream-like location, the sun sets perfectly in front of the restaurant. Now that's table service!
Faros Restaurant is visited time and again by its customers, because they've come to know the friendly waiting staff who make them feel at home. Right on the beach, you can watch the sunset while tucking into delights such as gyros with freshly fried chips.
The Pumphouse got its name from the roundabout in the centre of Acharavi which used to be the site of the village pump. Today, the restaurant is one of the best in the area, with loyal visitors coming to taste its traditional Greek dishes.
Maistro is one of Acharavi's best seafood restaurants, with one beautiful view to boot. Order a bottle of retsina, a plate of calamari or swordfish, and then watch the sun dye the sky red with dessert. These moments are the ones you cherish from your holidays, and they're worth visiting Maistro for.
This vibrant and buzzing taverna is a great place to socialise and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of Acharavi. The chefs cook up incredible Greek specialities, including seafood pastas and stifados, ready to serve to its customers in the soft, green light of the restaurant's terrace.
Navigator is one of the prettiest and most accommodating restaurants in Acharavi. The menu has plenty of Greek and international dishes for adults and children, a number of which are vegan or vegetarian options. There's also a pool, and Navigator's seaside location means it has front row seats for the fantastic sunset.
Alegria is your stop off point for any and all Mediterranean cravings. This restaurant has tapas like you've never seen it before and boasts a great range of Spanish and Greek sharing platters. If you're lucky, you'll catch one of the local rembetika musicians playing live music as you eat your meal.
The sea literally laps the side of Fuego Beach Bar, and you can't beat the sunset you get from the terrace. The food here is light and modern, so what sets it apart from the other restaurants is really the fantastic location and friendly staff.