Lipsi Island, Greece.
The best fresh fish and simplest good Greek dishes, with out fuss or frills, are to be had at the inconspicuous Taverna Theologos on the western half of the harbour promenade; the octopus is prepared particularly well here. But it is generally difficult to eat badly on Lipsi:
Locals tend to favour the much wider selection of dishes at Karnagio (especially at Sunday lunch) which is the last taverna at the east end of the second bay of the port.
Lipsi is famous for its mávro krasí (“black wine”) which is a dark, sweet, red wine of high alcoholic content, similar to vin” santo: it has even been supplied in certain periods to the Vatican as altar wine.