The new Zoga by Papaioannou restaurant (www.zoga.gr) is located within our hotel and is a benchmark for gourmet dining for Tinos every summer. It is open to the public, it offers unparalleled views of the Aegean Sea and its neighboring islands, and invites you to new gastronomic experiences with the guaranteed signature of the award-winning chef and cooking guru George Papaioannou, very well-known from the “Papaioannou” in Piraeus, from the 3 “Barbounakia” in Glyfada, Kolonaki and Nea Erythrea, as well as the “Almyra” in Costa Navarino.
The award-winning chef Giorgos Papaioannou together with chef Nikos Kondylis created a menu based mainly on traditional Greek cuisine, fully utilizing the excellent raw materials of Tinos and other regions of Greece. The menu emphasizes on seafood starters and fresh fish from the Cyclades: fresh sea urchin, octopus stewed in red wine with cream of fennel and roasted leeks, smoked eel with wakame seaweed, Zoga salad with cherry tomatoes and local Tinian ksinomizthra cheese, risotto bisque with shrimp, sea bass fillet with (Naxos’) sweet potato from (Naxos) in a puree and stuffed vegetable eggplant, local rice pudding with vanilla with Iokum-rose ice cream and brownie, are just a few of our 2 chefs’ specialties at our restaurant that surpass every imagination and guarantee an unforgettable gastronomic feast.
Zoga's rich cellar offers some of the most famous types of wine, both Greek and international. Do not pass up the opportunity to taste the wines labeled Aeolis, a wine bottled with passion for quality, that you will only find here.
Our restaurant is open daily from 6 pm to midnight from May to October and is also open for events of all kinds. You can have a look at the menu and read more on the restaurant's website: www.zoga.gr
"I love this place. Our second visit. Now it has a very fine restaurant opened. Wonderful treatment from Diana and all the staff. Fabulous views. The only unfortunate thing was the wind that blew all the time, and no one has control over that. This is the abode of the North wind after all. Love Tinos.."
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