Triantaros is one of the villages close to Chora, a typical example of traditional Tinian architecture, picturesque with fantastic views. Triantaraki was born in Triantaros in the summer of 2017, the offspring of the owners’ love for Tinos, the village and the beautiful building that formerly housed the barber shop. Family and friends joined forces and resurrected life. They created a colorful space (note the colorful stairs), smartly balancing between the minimal-modern and the retro-traditional. With a warm and relaxing atmosphere, it will be your favorite hangout for every hour of the summer or winter days.
Flavors and dishes inspired by the local cuisine and tradition with creative touches. Start the day with a powerful breakfast (e.g. “Kayana”eggs, french toast with “tsoureki”- greek brioche, smoothies and açai energy bawls). Continue with wine or raki, combining local appetizers (the variety contains 12 different ones), pizza (the tinian ham-eruca-gruyere cheese is a highlight), peinirli and salad. Finish with a sweet of your choice, either traditional (galaktoboureko or orange-pie) or modern (eg cheese cake, lemon cream and chocolate feyedin, lemon tart).
The great wine list emphasizes on high quality small producers from all over Greece but also includes all the labels of Tinos island without exception. The variety of 25 different labels of Ouzo is unique and you can enjoy your favorite one along with snaks (greek”mezedes”) such as lentil salad with smoked cod, eggplant salad with octopus, “burnt” fava with lacquer, bruschetta with anchovy marinade and many more. The local microbreweries are well represented in the beer list that is constantly enriched with new labels from all over Greece. Also very interesting is the list of creative cocktails your can enjoy during the evening.
Triantaraki is located at the top of the village. You can leave the car in the municipal car park and climb the stairs or continue the road to Dyo Choria and reach it from the alley that you will find left (follow the sign), immediately after the stone mill. Particularly convenient for parents, the small certified playground just in front and the easy acces (no stairs if you use the upper parking for your car). Favourite spots: the balcony with great sea-views and the table located in the old “Patitiri” (=wine press).