This combination Ouzeri-taverna on the corner of Voulis and Nikodimou is not exactly quiet, in fact its a lot like sitting in the middle of a traffic jam.
But the food is great and the people who own it, Dimitris and his wife Eugenia are entertaining and fantastic cooks!
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Food-wise this is the best of the ouzo cafeneons in the Plaka.
They have daily specials and pretty much everything here is good.
They have a special sausage called soutsouki that has a curry flavor and this is what I get often.
If they have fresh fried gavros (anchovies) go for that.
The ones marked as , are the ones I go to regularly or every chance I get.
Tourists should keep in mind the following: Many restaurants in Athens do the cooking in the morning of the dishes they call mayerefta which are the dishes made in the oven and those you may be most familiar with like mousaka, pastitsio, stuffed tomatoes, roast lamb and potatoes etc. In the evening people order 'tis ores' which are things made right then and there like grilled meats and fish.
If you go to a popular restaurant and order mayerefta at night you may be disappointed.
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Well, actually she is the cook and Dimitris is the waiter.
Try their always fresh seafood, octopus, fried kalamarakia and galeos.
There are loads of restaurants in the Athens Plaka, Psiri and surrounding area.