Alipa Restaurant

Paleokastritsa, Corfu Island, Greece

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Ionian Islands. The strategic position of the Ionian Islands off the west coast of Greece at the base of the Adriatic Sea has bought invaders, traders and culinary traditions from all over the Mediterranean basin. In Alipa Restaurant Venetian influences can be found not only in the type of dishes, but also in their names: stufato, a rich Ionian stew, has Italian origins, and pasta dishes, such as pastitsio, a macaroni, rag? and b?chamel dish, are fairly common. In Alipa Restaurant, dining is all about meze, lots of little taster plates to be shared convivially by friends and all the family. Visit Alipa Restaurant at Paleokastritsa, Corfu Island, Greece and enjoy our famous dishes like pastitsada, beef or cockerel stewed with pasta, tomatoes, ladotyri cheese and nougat. Also do not hesitate to keep your glass filled with Kefalonia’s dry white Robola and smooth Verdea on Zakynthos.

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Ionian Islands. The strategic position of the Ionian Islands off the west coast of Greece at the base of the Adriatic Sea has bought invaders, traders and culinary traditions from all over the Mediterranean basin. In Alipa Restaurant Venetian influences can be found not only in the type of dishes, but also in their names: stufato, a rich Ionian stew, has Italian origins, and pasta dishes, such as pastitsio, a macaroni, rag? and b?chamel dish, are fairly common. In Alipa Restaurant, dining is all about meze, lots of little taster plates to be shared convivially by friends and all the family. Visit Alipa Restaurant at Paleokastritsa, Corfu Island, Greece and enjoy our famous dishes like pastitsada, beef or cockerel stewed with pasta, tomatoes, ladotyri cheese and nougat. Also do not hesitate to keep your glass filled with Kefalonia’s dry white Robola and smooth Verdea on Zakynthos.

Ionian Islands. The Ionian Island's cuisine is based on fresh local ingredients prepared in traditional ways, following recipes and techniques that have been passed down over generations. In Alipa Restaurant will give you a chance to try a variety of mouthwatering specialties at one sitting, though you may be equally tempted by our seafood recipes, including octopus, swordfish and that old favourite, calamari. Furthermore, in Alipa Restaurant you can try Bourdetto, sofrito, pastitsada, strapatsada and a plethora of recipes that incorporate centuries of history and culture. Outstanding wines, unique drinks and beverages like kumquat liqueur and ginger beer are among the top of the rich yet delicate gastronomic flavors that you can try at Alipa Restaurant. Visit Alipa Restaurant at Paleokastritsa, Corfu Island, Greece and experience the joy of unique flavours. Our cuisine: Seafood, Mediterranean, Greek | Our Location: Corfu, Ionian Islands

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