Greece is a late-night country. Restaurants often don't open until 8 PM and people stay out late into the night. Of course, people need pastries, too. So after dinner, Loukia and Dimitrios took me to Caravel to pick up some sweets. Customers came through the door in a steady stream while we were there.
Caravel's selection is very broad---this is only one of 4 or 5 cases. They carry pastries, ice cream, and chocolates, among other things.
I was lucky enough to be bestowed with this treat, which I always think of as the shredded wheat thingy. The texture is part of the attraction of this pastry, particularly the thin, sharp strands drenched in honey. It was very tasty and just the right size.