For a small town, Kefalos has a vast array of eateries to choose from. Walking around both the winding streets of the old town area and the coastal region will lead you to dozens of small tavernas typical of holidays to Greece. The most popular dishes here are from authentic Greek menus, but you'll also be able to find British pubs, Italian restaurants and even a spot for a Japanese meal. Here are some of the town's top restaurants to dine in on your holiday.
Overlooking Kamari Bay, this seafood restaurant serves up delicious selections of fresh fish that were caught that very morning. You can try their fish of the day by itself or on top of their incredible pastas. One of the most popular dishes here is the fried octopus, a must try for any visitor to the Camel Restaurant.
This friendly joint offers a huge menu from traditional Greek favourites to European classics. No matter your craving you'll find something to enjoy at Hub's Restaurant, with specialities like peppered steak in brandy sauce, beef stroganoff, oven baked pasta, risotto and homemade pizza.
Hope you're hungry, as Hippocrates is known for serving generous portions. With plenty to choose from on the menu you can go the traditional Greek route and try their kleftiko, slow roasted lamb, or something a bit easier to pronounce like pork chops, ribs or steak. You might even get a complimentary piece of cake before you leave.
You'll be welcomed with open arms at Acropol. This laid-back bar offers reasonably priced drinks and food while you watch the footie on their flatscreen TV. Meals here are quick and delicious, with Greek favourites like souvlaki and gyros – Greek fast food wrapped in a pitta.
Situated right next to the coastline, at Captain John Restaurant you can sit outside and warm your feet in the sand as you order delectable dishes like Greek salad, fried cheese, tomato balls and shellfish. Afterwards you're only a few steps away from relaxing on the beach in their comfortable sun loungers facing seaward.
Set just off the main road, this traditional Greek taverna is frequented by both locals and tourists enjoying Kos holidays. Make sure you arrive early or book in advance so you don't miss out trying their homemade moussaka and baklava for dessert.
15 minutes outside of Kefalos, set on the edge of the Sunset Wave Beach, is the Agios Theologos restaurant. This eatery boasts the most incredible views, as you sit outside on their terrace trying things like their oven baked goat with feta cheese and chips.
This family-friendly sports bar plays rock and pop music videos in the background as visitors try their flavourful pizzas and fruity cocktails. If you're feeling warm, the restaurant's outdoor pool is ideal for cooling down after a nice meal. Kids can splash away to their heart's content.
Located right on the seafront this small eatery has superb service and great prices. The house wine is a must try along with their popular array of seafood like octopus, fried fish and calamari. When you leave you might be lucky enough to get a complimentary cherry brandy with your bill.
You'll be greeted like part of the family at Limani Harry's Restaurant. The owner Harry is quite the character and his charm and good humour adds to the welcoming atmosphere. Try their succulent meat dishes or the seafood specialities like swordfish, mackerel and seabass.