Moschonas Restaurant is located in the old Venetian Port of Naoussa, the second largest town in Paros. The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor dining. The outdoor dining area gets popular in summer and boasts a splendid setting on a cobblestone promenade that is right next to the seafront with its colorful fishing boats.
The two-storied white-washed restaurant is built in a typical Cycladic style with blue windows and balconies and has a cozy interior and a cheery outdoor dining with white tables and wooden chairs. The restaurant offers a tasty seafood menu that has been prepared from the freshest of ingredients that are locally produced. Every day, the two fishing boats owned by the restaurant, Dimitris and Katerina, go out to the Aegean Sea and return to shore with a rich haul of squids, octopuses, crawfishes, prawns, cuttlefish and a variety of other fishes.
The cuisine is mainly Mediterranean and the menu includes a wide selection of seafood appetizers, meatballs and seafood burgers. For their main course, they offer delicious dishes, such as steaks and fillets, fava beans and octopus with potatoes. Kakavia, a traditional fish soup, is one of the restaurant's specialties. The wine list includes bottled wine from Paros, including Paros Retsina and homemade wines (both red and white varieties) from the Moschonas family.