The "jewel" of Marathopoli since 1950
If someone opened an English or a German tourist guide for Messinia will surely fall on the "Argyris" traditional tavern on the beach that is the jewel of Marathopoli since 1950.
The famous tavern Nikos Thalassinos who continues his father's work with the same passion.
With a great view of Proti's Island with tables located on the rocks, easily detected by the hordes of hungry tourists who flock to the traditional fish soup which is the specialty.
The famous fish soup
The recipe was Nick who is the head of the menu learned from his father Argyris Marine and mother Tula seafood and not changed ever. By Captain Basil Constantakopoulos, instigator of Costa Navarino, learned how to make the grass of great beaches. While many believe that behind the famous chowder there some secret tasting, but it is a very simple recipe which already shares:
"The best fish soup made from grouper or wiper from black fish that is usually the combination of two kinds. Then add celery, carrot, onion, potato, coarse salt, lemon and a little ladaki. The amount of water is most important not to be "watery" but a paste. Naturally counts and oily fish - cod with accomplishes nothing. "
Simplicity is everything
"These dishes are simple, no crazy secret. Simplicity is everything, is the substance of things. Why get confused? Lifetime simplicity is the most beautiful. "
The sea view is magnificent and Mediterranean cuisine will tempt even the most discerning palates. Fresh fish, well cooked octopus and squid, lobsters and kolochtypes pasta, whitebait, bread and salads accompanied by the sea breeze make up the components of the best options in the area.