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The Hungry Nomad: Yiasemi (Athens, Greece)

April 18, 2011

Yiasemi (Athens, Greece)

While the north of Europe is experiencing spring in full bloom, in our little south-eastern corner of this continent the weather gods granted us some more chilly, grey and rainy days before the strong summer sun will make its daily appearance once again. On a dreary afternoon like this, all you need is a homely place and good company.

Yiasemi (jasmine in Greek) offers you just that. What better place to meet your friends at than one where you may sit close to the fireplace, munching on delicious home-made savory and sweet pies, drinking a coffee or even some spicy sweet rakomelo*? To make it even better, this little cafe has the most relaxed & friendly service and is located in Plaka, one of Athens' oldest neighborhoods, right under the Acropolis. I'm already anxiously awaiting warmer days to come when I'll be able to sit on Yiasemi's steps, dreaming of days gone by.

*my very favorite cold-weather-drink: warm raki mixed with spices and honey. So good.





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At April 18, 2011 , Blogger Hungry Nomad said...

I love Plaka. Hopefully I can come visit you and get a real tour of athens... :)

 

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