Back to the city: Hams & Clams at Piraeus

Hams & Clams has been a relatively recent discovery for me. Always looking for places that suggest something new and offer a good balance of value versus prices. So, good food and drinks, decent service, pleasant environment, down to earth pricing. I first tried it with a dear friend and have returned a few times since with different groups. Everybody liked it. So, I can now write about it!

The place opened about two years ago as the business venture of four friends after the test at Corks & Forks, a wine pub. Their motto is to “make people happy through food”… I guess they mean through drinks as well… All sitting consists of high tables and stools, inside and out. So dress comfortably… I personally prefer to book a table inside. It is advisable to make advance reservations as it is a small place and gets easily full.

You could also call the place an Oyster Bar. It is inspired by Andalusian family restaurants and you can enjoy seafood, as well as a variety of excellent quality jamon, wines & cocktails. The menu is not too long, generally a good sign. They also offer daily dishes, according to what is available on the market.

Great music by the way!

Open daily. Pargas 2 & Akti Themistokleous, Piraeus.


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