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Cibo e ristoranti a Corfu

I ristoranti migliori

Pub
“Naok Azur in the old town is a special designed balcony to the Ionian Sea" Lounging all day either for breakfast or snacking is made extraordinary in this exquisite setting offering stunning views of the Old Fortress of Corfu, Naok Beach, Garitsa Bay and Greek Mainland right in the heart of the Old Corfu Town. Whether it is for a special event, or to enjoy a few specialty cocktails in a laid back and relaxing setting in a with friends, Naok Azur provides the optimum in service by paying close attention to detail to meet the needs of each and every guest.”
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Taverna
“The New Fort of Corfu (Venetian: Fortezza Nuova) is a Venetian construction on the hill of St. Mark in the city of Corfu, built in stages. the lower three-storey structure called "Punta Perpetua" and the five-sided bastion at the top. [13] Inside the bastion there is a large number of curved chambers, ventilation wells, stairs, ramps and two baroque-style gates. On the west side there is a narrow moat with perfect architecture extending from the vegetable market to the new port. ”
  • Consigliato da 7 persone del luogo
Ristorante
“For Italian food the restaurant La Famiglia is one of the best options, in the city centre.”
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Ristorante greco
“No visit to Corfu is complete without a wander around Corfu City (even though it’s more like a pretty small town). Make sure you wander around the UNESCO World Heritage protect the old town and see if you can spot any of the historic Venetian houses that are still standing. Also, keep your eyes peeled for the Statue of Georgios Theotokis, the Liston, the Old Fortress, Spilias Square and Saint Spyridon Church (the patron saint of the town). With all that exploring, head over to The Venetian Well for yummy food in an idyllic setting (the lamb is delicious).”
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Ristorante
“street food tavern with up-to-date upgrades- sometimes you have to wait for the table - but the effort is worth it/ behind the big town hall”
  • Consigliato da 15 persone del luogo
Ristorante
“THE VENETIAN WELL" Right in the heart of the Old Town, this elegant restaurant has a strong, competent team and serves truly delightful food! The menu is different, beautifully Italian and  the presentation impeccable. Lovely textures, flavours and sensations.(30-50 Euros per person) Address: Kremastis Square | Lili Desila 1, Corfu  Tel.0030 2661 550955 ”
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Ristorante greco
“On the majestic Liston is this elegant, olive-hued grand dame, with a Mediterranean menu of pasta, salads and specialties such as veal sofrito (veal cooked in wine and garlic) and Corfiot rooster (chicken cooked in tomato sauce). Add to this warm service, chandelier-lit ambience and a range of microbrews, and you can see why it's always busy.”
  • Consigliato da 9 persone del luogo
Ristorante
“High quality authentic greek food at very reasonable prices. You will need to book early to guarantee a table because this restaurant is popular with locals and holiday makers”
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Caffetterie

Caffetteria
“It has a special decoration, all strangers get excited by the countless lamps above the bar. Evening is one of the bars that many people prefer because it plays louder music!”
  • Consigliato da 26 persone del luogo
Caffè
“The closest beach for swimming and a quick snack a few minutes walk from the town center ”
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Negozio di dolci
“PAPAGIORGIS" Their homemade ice creams are very nice! There is a big variety of flavors, starting from the old fashion and traditional to the trendy ones. They also care for the Diabetics, offering Chocolate Ice cream (without sugar) with Stevia sweetener! Address: 32 Theotoki Nikiforou, Corfu  Tel.0030 2661 039474 ”
  • Consigliato da 17 persone del luogo
Caffetteria
“Kanoni è il promontorio che si protende esattamente parallelo alla pista d’atterraggio dell’aeroporto, a sud della città. Sulla sua sommità si trovano due bar piuttosto grandi, su una terrazza che domina la laguna sottostante e la testa della pista di atterraggio: è molto bello venirci al tramonto, anche se il sole va giù dietro le montagne dell'’isola e non in mare. Da qui si vede pure la cosiddetta “isola dei topi” o Pontikonissi, cavallo di battaglia delle cartoline corfiote. Bisogna qui fare attenzione ai mesè, che nel bar di destra, arrivando, sono mastodontici e non eccezionali. Rinnovato di recente, non ha variato molto l’offerta di materiale edibile, ma va benissimo per bere qualcosa”
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Centro commerciale
“It's close to Old Fortress and is considered the largest square in Greece and among other Balkan countries. The cricket court occupies a big part of the square. The love of the Corfiots for cricket is of British origin from the period of English domination (1814-1864). Nowadays it is one of the most popular places in town for visitors and the meeting point for most social gatherings. Three important historical periods are surrounding the square in stone: The City Palace that reflects the British era in the history of Corfu, The Old Venetian Castle and “French” Liston with its beautiful arches lightened by Venetian lanterns.”
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Cocktail bar
“Right in the middle of Corfu town in the Iconic Liston Town Square...Enjoy Iconic views and amazing coffee, desserts or have lunch and dinner.”
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Pub
“Another great bar right on Liston square. Great to start the night with a nice cocktail or enjoy your morning coffee.”
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Caffè
“Good staff and everyone enjoy the view there, because is in the middle of liston spuare and you can go in every hour of the day! I think it's worth a visit!”
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Panetterie

Panetteria
“THE BEST ZEA* S BREAD IN CORFU & MANY MORE... ZEA* is: a Greek bread made from "zea's grain ofcourse: )," as it is known in Greek. The bread is generally chewy and lightweight, with higher dietary fiber content than wheat bread. The grain is thought to have an ancient, if not prehistoric, history in the region. Furthermore, classical texts reference a grain called "zea" or "zeia." Homer used the Greek word zeidoron (ζείδωρον), which comes from "zea," . Dioscorides wrote that Greeks and Romans prepared krimnon, made from ground zea and wheat berries, to make poltos, a porridge-like drink. According to legend, Alexander the Great consumed zea bread to maintain his strength. The medieval harbor at Piraeus, which was named Zea Marina, was potentially named after the grain : )”
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Caffè
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Panetteria
“DOVORAS traditional pies: cream pie 'bougatsa', cheese pie, spinach pie (Pinia)”
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Caffetteria
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Panetteria
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