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A few words about us

A few words about us

Heading to the eastern part of Naxos and having travelled 8 km from the town centre, you meet a green valley and you reach the Ano Potamia village and our traditional greek reastaurant, called Pigi.

The name comes from the source of our area which is basically a fount (that’s what Pigi means in greek) the water of which  gives life to our gardens and trees.

The fount is at the entrance of the village right next to our restaurant and there begins a path where you can walk through trees and nature enjoying the picturesque surroundings.

Pigi,our restaurant,is an oasis for our guests and the locals, too,  as the water, the trees and the flowers, which surround our big yard,  are all you need to relax and enjoy good food.

It might not be the most typical part of cycladic architecture but there are so many surprises to expect that you will probably don’t even notice that!

 Our customers’ opinions :
 “All the vegetables used in Pigi were in season, fresh and grown in family gardens.

The salads and all the special dishes as well as the famous “ksinomizithra” (greek cheese) were by far the best thing we had ever tasted.

Roast meat and homemade recipes were so many that we couldn’t decide which one we should order ! .

Some of them are really worth mentioning like the roast meetballs made of thyme and the delicious tenderloin .

We were also impressed by the roast rooster. So tender and tasty we could’nt believe it ! And the most important of all : we didn’t regret anything even though our eating habits are different!

At the end , the barrel wine was a very good choice to accompany our meal.

The most important thing, though, is the service stuff which is quick , kind and willing to help whenever you need help !

Read some reviews for restaurant PIGI from

“best restaurant in Naxos”

“The best secret in Naxos”

“Gastronomic haven in the villages”

“One of the best in Naxos.”

“Sunday lunch”

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