Sunrise is a lovely restaurant in Kefalonia, located in the beach of Spithi, a short walking distance from the village of Skala. This is a nice and quiet tavern offering excellent dishes to visitors. It is well known for the wide range of seafood recipes like Sea Bream, prawns and calamari. The appetizers are unique and the pork chops and stiffado taste excellent as well.
The calm setting gives you the opportunity to walk along the beachfront and enjoy the serenity of the area. The tavern has a beautiful garden with colorful flowers were the tables are placed. The hospitality and the service are the most important guides for the owners of the restaurant to keep this place successful and the customers satisfied.
On the beach
Families with children
becks26214 Jun 2010
Recently back from Kefalonia, Scala to be precise.
Had a great time at Andreas Apartments but feel I have to tell you about the above Establishment. Needing a Greek beer and rest from the sun and beach we walked to all 4 restaurants/tavernas.
The first 3 all had the typical Europop/rock music playing at various volumes, we would have loved it if they had been playing Greek music. We then arrived at Sunrise Taverna, heaven, no music at all. Just the birds, insects and the sea doing what they do unaided.
Sunrise doesn't look much from the outside, but the welcome from Victor the owner more than makes up for this. Before we had ordered drinks or food our shot of ouzo arrived, bought by Victor himself.
I had the fresh Sardines and Lemon the first time we ate there. Unsurpassed anywhere in Greece so far. My wife had, for a change, a Greek salad with Victors secret recipe olive oil, very very good.
The next time we ate there I had the special Fish Balls and garlic mash. The fish was excellent, but the stone cold garlic mash was a surprise I have to say. Not unpleasant once I had got used to it.
Their service was quick and efficient.
On both visits, we had just the right amount of Victors tales of his travels in Britain and New York. He also rents out an apartment overlooking the beach.
I recommend you visit there to see for yourself,
Ehete ena kalo taxidi love light and peace