The Restaurant

Defined by salt, sea and good food, as well as history, heart warming hospitality and the island of Corfu. Imagine yourself bathing in the sunlight, listening to the waves’ calm melody whilst you awaken your sense of taste with our fresh seafood delicacies and local white wine.

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Opening hours

May - October
12:00 - 24:00

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(+30) 26610 24422
(+30) 6972 077 370

Atmosphere

elegant, sensual and contemporary

Enjoy our flavours at your place!

Eat from the comfort of your own setting

Savor the taste of The White House at your place whether it’s your house, your garden, your yacht, one of the lovely beaches of Corfu or any other setting you and your guests would love to dine in.

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Meet the team

Lefteris Lazarou

The chef

The first greek chef to ever be awarded with a Michelin star, Lefteris Lazarou is known for his creative cooking and seafood dishes. Born and raised in Piraeus, following this course of life was always meant for him. The turning-point in his career was the time he spent on boats cooking for people of different cultures, managing to customize Greek cuisine to fit their particular taste and nutritional habits. He has traveled to many different countries and was initiated to multiple national cuisines. During the past few years, Lefteris Lazarou has visited Argentina, Japan, U.S.A., as well as many European capitals in order to contribute to the promotion of Greek cuisine. In the United States of America he taught the Greek Cuisine in the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). In 2002 Lefteris Lazarou and his restaurant was awarded a Michelin Star, making him a worthy member of the international chef elite.

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Fantastic place to sit and have a drink or eat

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We went twice. Great peaceful atmosphere. First we sat in the bar one evening on comfy bean bags watching the sun go down looking at Albania across the sea. We then decided to go back on our final evening for a meal and the food was superb. The ritsina was served in a fab little bottle. We ordered some when we got home! You must go! This is where the Durrells lived and you’ll see why.

March 2020