Corfu Town is undeniably one of the jewels of the island of Corfu. With its picturesque harbor, old quarter, stunning Venetian architecture and interesting museums and galleries, it’s worth a visit. But the highlight is definitely the food. Here are the best restaurants in Corfu Town.
Anthos is a family-run business down a back alley where the food is fresh and tasty and the wine delicious. Ideal for a romantic dinner or a family feast, Anthos serves mouthwatering dishes, mostly seafood and fish, such as grilled seabass and calamari risotto. Complete your dinner with a bottle of tasty wine and you have a winning combination.
If you are a fan of The Durrells TV series, you will love Salto Wine Bar. This fine dining hotspot is where the TV show’s cast and crew get their catering. The menu includes seafood, meats, mouthwatering salads and main veggie dishes too, and the wine list includes a variety of Greek labels.
Head to Nolita for Italian fare. This upscale eatery serves delicious Italian food with al dente pasta, pizzas, delectable mains and, of course, great wine. We highly recommend you keep space for dessert, as they are truly breathtaking.
Even during the winter, To Alatopipero welcomes visitors with its delicious and humble cuisine. There you will find traditional fare, such as sofrito, a delicious Corfiot meat dish, as well as a few surprises. To Alatopipero is a great place to experience the local joie de vivre through food. With generous portions, To Alatopipero will make you feel like ancient royals.
Located in the picturesque Kremasti Square, The Venetian Well is an atmospheric restaurant set in front of an authentic Venetian well. With a stunning interior and beautiful terrace, The Venetian Well ensures visitors a splendid dining experience with quality ingredients prepared with skillful expertise. With creative dishes and an excellent wine menu, The Venetian Well is undeniably a top-class restaurant that deserves more attention.
For a taste of authentic Corfiot life, To Tsipouradiko Ektos Shediou is exactly what you need. In a rustic restaurant where 20-somethings mingle with seniors, this small sipouradiko offers a vast array of Greek cuisine, with meat and fish dishes, refreshing salads and scrumptious appetizers. Pair your order with ouzo or tsipouro, though the house wine is also a good choice. Tsipouradiko Ektos Shediou exemplifies why Greek cuisine has won the hearts of people across the globe.
A traditional Corfiot restaurant hidden down a backstreet, Bakalogatos (which means ‘the grocery cat’ in Greek), is an authentic restaurant where local products are the stars of the menu. There, you will find meat and fish dishes, as well as vegetarian-friendly options. The affordable prices and simple and efficient service add to the experience.