In the 15th century, the Jews were expelled from Spain and settled in various countries of the Mediterranean basin, including Greece. The Sefardi (Spanish) Jews, as they came to be called, influenced and in turn were influenced by the local cuisines they encountered and created a unique collection of delightful recipes. In Ladino, the Judeo-Spanish language, Gostijo means a gift of food offered to friends and neighbors. We are honored to offer you a Gostijo, a taste of these traditional recipes.
All our main dishes are served with a choice of rice or fried potatoes, unless marked with a star*.