Who we are and why we are called Hydra (hee-drah):

A note from the owner-

3 years ago, I spent the month of July sailing amongst the Cyclades Islands in Greece with my family. We anchored in the main port of Hydra one afternoon, a beautiful relatively small island and I was struck by its gorgeous scenery and simplicity. There were no cars, transport is by horse or donkey, there was a vibrant fish and vegetable market and the rocky outcrop of small rustic houses and shops was like being transported back in time. The culinary scene on Hydra is as well, simple, rustic, authentic and excellent. The star is the simple fresh ingredients and authentic time-honored cooking techniques to bring out the best of the island’s flavours.

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From 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM, receive a 15% discount on family platters when ordering two or more.

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Greek Cuisine: A look back at the past

Greek cuisine, rich in authentic flavours and aromas has a history of around 4,000 years, based on pure and unique quality goods of the Greek land. In fact, it was Archestratos who wrote the first cookbook in history (330 B.C.).

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