The first dish was “Asparagus of the Sea”. They come from the island of Lefkada. Incidentally, I saw some “greens of the sea” similar to them in the fish market in Venice, but do not recall how they are called in Italian.
The taste of sea prominent, crunchy and enjoyable.
He then served “Stuffed Mushrooms”. They had cheese, shrimps and clams with white wine. Quite tasty.
When it came to the fish, the chef recommended “katsoules”, a fish very popular in Piraeus and the Saronic Gulf Islands. They are like flattened red mullets. They are very tasty and juicy, although they are considered to be a humble fish.
To wrap the meal up, the chef brought another “B” fish, from the sea lake of Messolonghi, called “stiradi”.
The fish was grilled in “butterfly” mode, as you can see in the picture. Lightly fatty, juicy, tasty, great choice!!!
Overall, if you ever visit Athens, grab a cab and go to Kollias. You will not regret it.