What Anogi lacks in location—it does not have the famous caldera view—it more than makes up for in its welcoming atmosphere, excellent food, and reasonable prices. It’s perfectly possible to have an appetizer, entrée, and half a liter of wine for the very un-Santorinian price of about €20. If you sit inside, you can enjoy looking at the burnished old copper and photographs on the walls. Outside, there’s a shady awning, surrounded by flowers, on one of Imerovigli’s little squares. Local kids kick soccer balls under the watchful eyes of the yiayias (grannies) gossiping nearby. Reservations are a good idea, because Anogi attracts residents, too. The home-made bread is delicious, there’s a wide variety of local cheeses and wines, and everything is presented with a flair that is not often found in small tavernas. Favorites include the pork with prunes and a herbal risotto, the seafood giouvetsi (orzo pasta with tomato sauce and lots of shrimp and mussels, and the deep fried cherry tomatoes with herbs. It does not accept credit cards.