Ergina is a well kept secret of Milos, nestled in one of the traditional houses up in Trypiti and with a balcony view second to none! Despite their long-time success they still offer a traditional menu and are a testament of Milos’ rich culinary heritage.
We’ve been going back and forth to Milos for a few years now but never did we optimise for visiting Ergina. It’s one of those places that are neither here nor there, meaning that you could easily enjoy a very late post-beach lunch or equally have fun on an early night out. Despite the scorching heat on August 2021 we ventured for the former, braving the 43 degrees Celsius on the day! And we religiously followed our friend’s advice on ordering their kremmydopitta (aka onion pie) which is easily the place’s best dish! Ok, truth be told everyone’s talking about their garlic lasagna, but that one we’ll try next time.
Their menu is very traditional, mostly with home-cooked dishes and lots of emphasis on local products. They even make their own lasagna pasta, as well as the dough for their pies. It’s one of the tavernas where you could easily find the same menu for years to come. And we mean that in a very positive way!