NIKOLAS TRADITIONAL TAVERNAYou will arrive as a customer and always leave as a friend!!!
TRADITIONAL CUISINE AND WARM HOSPITALITY
Set in an Idyllic place, privileged located in front of the sea, with the deep blue stretching out into the distance and boats bobbing in the foreground, Nikolas Taverna is an ideal place for your meal in a peaceful setting.
Perikles Katsaros and his family welcome new and old friends to Nikolas Taverna, one of the best loved and most frequented tavernas in Corfu. We invite you to Nikolas Taverna, to soak up the beauty and enjoy our inimitable recipes of freshly cooked Corfiot cuisine, our hospitality and the congenial atmosphere we have created for you in one of the island’s most picturesque bays.
There are many ways to reach us, but the most idyllic is to take the boat from Kalami and arrive to us by the sea, admiring on the way the beauties of the coast alongside. The boat service from Kalami is free but it’s essential to collect your boat and table reservation voucher, to avoid disappointment.
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Traditional Products in Nikolas Taverna
Veal cooked in white wine sauce with fresh garlic and served with fresh fried potatoes
Fresh codfish cooked in a delicious white sauce
Roasted mussels or saganaki
Fresh fish οn charcoal with olive oil, lemon and herbs
Roasted fresh sardines
Fresh fried squid
Crispy fresh small squids fried in fresh olive oil
Also try (instead of the classic butter in your bread) fresh bread with the traditional sauce from local fresh oil,
pepper, salt and vinegar and a piece of fresh garlic.
Many more delicious surprises will be found on our menu and every day on our “special of the day” board.
Taverna Nikolas offers you a taste of local wine (red or white) produced by the family.
Also try the local home produced wine or your ouzo in the traditional Corfiot way, served with the Greek “meze”
Many vineyards are found scattered between the olive groves that produce mainly wine.
The most important types of wine that are cultivated are: the Kakotrygis, the Petrokorintho and the Moshato.
The Olive Tree of Corfu, having today an annual production of 75.000 tons, is called “ianolia”and belongs to the category of the olive trees that produce olive oil. Although it is small in size, it is very tasty and for this, it is also preferred in a lot of European markets.
The peculiar weather conditions in Corfu (heavy rainfalls and mild temperatures) encourage the existence of rich vegetation. A lot of wild flowers embellish the countryside of Corfu and offer rich food for the bees, which remain active for a long period. The honey of Corfu is a traditional product, which is given to consumption directly by the producer.
The fishery has a very important place which is connected with the tradition and the life of the place, where every form of fishing technique is applied, from the traditional “pyrofani” up to the piscatorial flotillas, the gri – gri, the caiques, with nets e.t.c.