When Glyfada had only pastures, Thanasis Karaindros, the grandfather, was of the first citizens of Glyfada who had his own pen (enclosure) which exists until now in its original form.

In 1977, he decides to open in the same location a tavern, giving the name “Mantri” which is actually greek and means pen.

Very quickly, it became one of the most well-hidden, secret hangouts in the southern suburbs for meat lovers and lovers of traditional greek cuisine.

Now, as the third generation of Karaindros family, we continue dynamically with great appetite, responsibility, and love for what our grandfather started, turning the mountain of Terpsithea into a reference point for the fanatical lovers of meat.