Clock

Rologiou Square, 180 50, Spetses, Greece

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Saronic Gulf Islands. Steeped in history and lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, the Saronic Gulf Islands are the home to some of the finest ingredients in the world. Sample them in a traditional Greek dish along with a glass of ouzo in Clock and experience the aesthetic of an exceptional gastronomic palate. Fresh and dried fruit, rich desserts and pastries, often sweetened with honey, are also served in Clock. By visiting Clock at Rologiou Square, 180 50, Spetses, Greece you can also try one piping hot from the wood-burning oven and you’ll remember it forever. A pie like this is a meal in itself, one that concentrates the Mediterranean goodness of the mountain and the maquis: minimal but with maximum taste. In Clock there are many such popular dishes as moussaka, imam baildi (stuffed eggplant), all the syprupy fyllo pastries in the baklava family, meats seasoned with cumin, and many many more.

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Saronic Gulf Islands. Steeped in history and lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, the Saronic Gulf Islands are the home to some of the finest ingredients in the world. Sample them in a traditional Greek dish along with a glass of ouzo in Clock and experience the aesthetic of an exceptional gastronomic palate. Fresh and dried fruit, rich desserts and pastries, often sweetened with honey, are also served in Clock. By visiting Clock at Rologiou Square, 180 50, Spetses, Greece you can also try one piping hot from the wood-burning oven and you’ll remember it forever. A pie like this is a meal in itself, one that concentrates the Mediterranean goodness of the mountain and the maquis: minimal but with maximum taste. In Clock there are many such popular dishes as moussaka, imam baildi (stuffed eggplant), all the syprupy fyllo pastries in the baklava family, meats seasoned with cumin, and many many more.

Saronic Gulf Islands. The cuisine in Saronic Gulf Islands has inherited dishes from the Venetians and has also been influenced by the Cretan and Peloponnesian traditions. Some of the famous dishes in Clock are the pumpkin pie with xinohondro, which is made of wheat and milk, as well as stews with veal or goat’s meat. In Clock you can also try sweet delights - the bezedes, which is made with meringue and fine sugar or the achladakia, which is little pear-shaped sweets made with almond pulp, honey and cinnamon. Carefully kneaded meatballs (keftedes), cumin-scented soutzoukakia (meatballs with tomato sauce), atzem pilaf (lamb with rice and a multitude of other rice dishes), dolmadakia (stuffed vineleaves and the whole range of stuffed leaves and vegetables) are just a few that you can order in Clock. Visit us at Rologiou Square, 180 50, Spetses, Greece and you’ll succumb to irresistible riches of the sea, just-caught fish and shellfish prepared to perfection. Our cuisine: Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean | Our Location: Spetses, Saronic Gulf Islands

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