Small but perfectly formed Sidari has a multitude of restaurants, pubs and tavernas which excel at typical Greek dishes. Although, it shouldn't be forgotten that Corfiot cuisine has its own distinct style too. Simple recipes emphasising garlic, olive oil and pepper are the mainstays of many menus around town. Whether you're a meat-eater, seafood-lover or vegetarian, the eateries of Sidari are sure to have something to satisfy. Here are ten eateries to try during your holiday to Greece.
As a restaurant in a Greek village, this place does pretty much exactly what is says on the tin. Why should you go there? Aside from the beachside location and impeccable customer service, the lengthy and eclectic menu is delicious down to every dish. Plate smashing and fire dancing on Greek night are fun, too.
As the name suggests, this is a family-run affair which strives to make your dining experience as pleasant as possible from the moment you enter the door. Efficient service and great value are accompanied by perfectly-prepared meals and generous portion sizes.
With a picturesque vista over the Aegean Sea and an incredibly accommodating host and hostess, Aquarius is a great place to come for a sunset dinner during Corfu holidays. If you like rock music, make it a Wednesday or Saturday to experience some quality live entertainment.
The enchanting setting is perhaps the biggest draw for this restaurant, where patrons are wined and dined in an intimate, fairy-lit orchard setting completely at odds with the hubbub of the busier streets of Sidari. The home-grown vegetables and locally-sourced beer offer an added pull for purists, as well.
Forget 50/50, this place should earn 100 out of 100. For an authentic home-cooked meal, often with free starters and desserts, the 50/50 is a must-try in Sidari. Not only is the food itself exquisite but every care is taken by the staff to ensure you enjoy yourself completely.
For breakfast, lunch or a light snack, Kelly's is a great option on the beach to get out of the sweltering sun and refuel. The delicious food is perhaps the cafe's forte – but they also make a mean cocktail, as well, for those looking to unwind in true style.
If you're hankering for a taste of home, this traditional British pub could be just the tonic. The prices are cheap, the portions are hefty and the food is tasty, covering all of the favourites just like mum makes. They even do a great fry-up if you're looking to start your day with a full tummy.
Italian restaurant, Napoli, makes all of their pizzas fresh to order – so don't expect fast food – and uses the finest ingredients in each and every dish. Aside from the range of delectable pizza pies, the homemade bread comes especially recommended.
Though owned and run by locals, this Chinese restaurant and takeaway serves up pleasantly authentic oriental dishes in huge portions and at bargain prices. The restaurant is spotless, the staff are faultless and the resident terrapins a delightful distraction between mouthfuls.
This innovative restaurant puts a modern twist on the idea of a steakhouse by serving your meat on a bed of hot rocks, allowing you to gauge perfectly how well you want it cooked. Delicious sides such as onion rings, rustic chips and sweet potato fries make for a satisfying meal, while the tribute acts are the perfect soundtrack to the dining experience.