The name of this place, way out in the residential suburb of Vrilissia, translates as “the pies of granny Evridiki”. All the recipes are inspired by Evridiki, the mother of the owner, Dimitra Kougianou. Every day, you can watch Dimitra and her son, Vaios Rousopoulos, rolling out and filling at least 12 different kinds of pies in the open kitchen of their pie workshop. The seasonal ingredients are sourced locally, apart from the cheeses, which come from Vitina, a village in Arcadia. Dimitra sticks to classic Greek pie recipes, with a few little twists. Her spinach and feta pie is stick shaped, and her cheese pie is made with a mix of four different cheeses. If you’re staying somewhere with a kitchen, be sure to buy some skaltsounia—small Cretan pies, filled with creamy white cheese, ready to cook at home. Pan fry them until crisp and golden and then drizzle with honey—heaven!