Captain Fisheye is a new fish restaurant in the center of Athens close to Omonia Square. The seafood spot combines quality with reasonable prices and is unique. Now, Captain Fisheye is already welcoming the public and following the market tendency to prefer low prices.
The owners, with their long experience, chose the right moment for opening a restaurant serving this new kind of food. Fish does not have to be expensive and, if prepared in the right way - with imaginative recipes and additions - becomes the perfect solution for a quick snack or a full course meal, depending on your preferences. The fish at Captain Fisheye is always fresh and comes in a wide variety, including salmon at the price of only 8 euro for a portion. Captain Fisheye — Photo courtesy of Captain Fisheye
At the entrance of the restaurant, you can see a window display with all the varieties of fish available. You can choose what to eat, assisted by the expert personnel. Small fish, such as minnows, are dipped in flour, crisply fried on the spot and served piping hot in a paper cone. They can be combined with a portion of shrimps at only 4 euro, or steamed mussels at 6 euro and a salad at 3 euro, for a fulfilling and delicious meal.
If you prefer something quick to nibble on while strolling 'round the city, try the sandwich with fresh fish fillet, lettuce, fresh onions and tartare sauce at 4,5 euro. If you don't like spicy tastes, just tell the waiter to go slow on the bukovo, which however enhances the taste a great deal.
Accompany your meal with a bottle of wine starting from 6 euro for 375 ml and 9-11 euro for 750 ml, or a beer at 1,90 euro for 330 ml and 10 euro for a 750-ml bottle.
The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, with wooden benches in an attractively decorated space in industrial style, with bricks and grey walls. Captain Fisheye is open from noon until 10 p.m. and is perfect for lunch, a quick snack while shopping or dinner before or after a movie.