Who would think that a restaurant in Athens near the Acropolis would advertise specialties of the Mani, the most remote and poorest district of the Peloponnese? Mani Mani does its down-home cuisine beautifully: rooster bardouniotikos (rooster stewed with feta, siglino—cured pork that is first salted, then smoked, and finally boiled—and grilled sausages). With a convenient location, good prices, and memorable food, Mani Mani might be enough to make you curious about the Mani itself, one of the most hauntingly beautiful parts of the Peloponnese.
10 Falirou, Makrigianni. From the metro station, take Syngrou Boulevard to Zinni Street (the Marriott hotel is on the corner of Syngrou and Zinni); take Zinni to Falirou; the restaurant is on the right.
Our Rating Neighborhood Koukaki & Makrigianni Hours Tues–Sat 8pm–1am, Sun 2–5pm Transportation Metro: Syngrou/Fix Phone 210/921-8180 Prices Main courses €10–€17 Cuisine Type Contemporary Greek Web site Mani Mani
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