In Pefki, a district that got its name from its natural wealth and countless pine trees, we will be guided by Dimitris Skarmoutsos with “Neighborhoods on a Plate” this Sunday, July 2 at 5:45 p.m.

Something few people know about Pefki is that its oldest name is Magoufana. It is a neighborhood with many culinary treasures to discover.

The “Spyridis Cafe” is the first stop in the area, a rare case of a traditional family cafe with traditional recipes for appetizers, in a warm and nostalgic space with Greek coffee as the protagonist.

Full of sweetness the next stop at “La Mole” opened by Marco. He came to Greece from Italy years ago and named his pastry shop after the famous tower of Turin. Exceptional Italian sweets, handmade ice cream and the top and traditional panettone.


In the innovative area of ​​the Solar Village is “Notis” with delicious food and many stories! Notis and Mustafa prepare and serve excellent skewers in handmade pies, yogurt kebabs and other delicacies.
Dimitris Skarmoutsou’s tour of Pefki ends with a stop at “Kotetsi”, a musical grocery store with a menu based on Greek products such as apaki pancake with mushrooms or strapatsada with Mani’s synglino.


Returning to the studio, Dimitris Skarmoutsos cooks for our eyes only: vegetable soufflé with grilled chicken and tortillas with kayana and synglino.

See you next week in another neighborhood!