If the mention of Mykonos doesn’t immediately bring to mind bright white buildings, turquoise skies and tanned bodies lining golden sandy beaches, you’ve been living under a rock. The most popular Greek Island in the Aegean Sea is all about energy and attracts a diverse and upscale crowd that thrives on its stylish nightlife. During the day some privacy can be had in the more secluded north beaches, but the south beaches are all party. Ski, jet-ski, windsurf, horseback ride, parasail or just save up your energy for the evening ahead, like most of your fellow travelers in Mykonos.
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4.5 based on 168 reviews
We ate here on our first and last night here. Upon arrival, we were super hungry and I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and service. I had the delicious mushroom appetizer along with the sea bass entree and pizzas for my son and husband. My mushroom was out of this world and so was my sea bass with Greek salad. It was perfect! Complimentary dessert was a nice touch. Our last night, I had the mushrooms again but it was not as good as the first time. However, it was still okay. My son and I shared the spaghetti, my husband selected the burger. The burger was huge and it was juicy and delicious. Definitely a good option for dining if you're staying at the hotel or nearby hotel.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Blue Myth Restaurant is all about service great dining and Our "GREEK NIGHTS" that have been a part of Mykonos Tradition for years! It is the one restaurant on the beach of Platis Yialos where you can enjoy a tradional Greek Dinner, try one of International specalities,or maybe a cocktail while enjoying the fantastic view of Platis Yialos beach. Every Wednesday Sunday and Friday dance the night away At Greek Night, it is an experience you will never forget!
A beautiful location and a reasonable menu but sadly as we are here in shoulder season a lot of menu items were unavailable. Last night no seafood of any kind was on offer. We opted for the pizza which was okay. Food and drinks are Mykonos prices eg an Aperol Spritz was 14 euros add a glass of house white wine was 5 euros. Their carbonara was lovely. Breakfast pretty good and they have a barista to make your cappuccino.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The place is well located and got a great sea view, overlooking a beautiful and secluded beach at Agios Sostis.
We ordered a couple of large salads to share between 6 as a starter then ordered something from the BBQ. The salads were gorgeous with lovely combinations; spinach and fig, spicy lentils, beetroot and apple - all interesting.
The owners are very friendly and the service was excellent.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Highly recommended by our hotel and how right they were ! Fantastic food and excellent service. Very reasonably priced considering where it is on one of the more pretentious Beaches in Mykonos. Great calamari and sardines ! Sadly the beach has been spoilt but Avli is well worth making a special trip for – truly outstanding !
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Mediterranean & local kitchen
We had heard great things and this fantastic restaurant lived up to its reputation. Service was fantastic and the restaurant was completely full. People were turned away every few minutes as it was fully with bookings. Cocktails were beautiful and the food exceptional. A perfect experience! Would definitely return.
4.5 based on 510 reviews
The best spot in Mykonos to enjoy a spetacular view of Mykonos town and the Aegean Sea is Karavaki restaurant! In a friendly and comforting atmosphere, a place of beautiful natural surroundings the guests can enjoy a delicious cuisine! Mediterranean, Greek and local dishes are prepared by particular attention and love by our experienced staff at the Karavaki restaurant!
We stayed at the vencia hotel and decided to have dinner one night at the hotel. We ordered the mushroom risotto and grilled tenderloins. They were both superb that we decided we had to return the second night. My husband really enjoyed the beef medallions and I of course had to have the mushroom risotto again. I would highly recommend this restaurant and the view is gorgeous.
5 based on 364 reviews
Welcome to Indian palace at Paradise Mykonos with sea view.At indian palace we invite people to enjoy extraordinary food paired with a rich Indian lager beer or a glass of wine from our extensive wine list with indian music.Our hall has a capacity of up to 150 people. There is a separate hall that can be used for hosting all kind of parties groups and business meetings up to 100 people
Been here for a casual food, but ended eating amazing food!! Jayinder the main man took extra care and served us lip smacking food and a humble and warm person !!
I musy mention tht if u visit Mykonos u have to visit this place for sure !!
Dont miss it !!
4.5 based on 307 reviews
In this place you can enjoy a breakfast with coffee/juices and croissants and cakes/pies (sweet and salty),greek yogurt with honey and fruit. Lunch and dinner: you can find sandwiches and fresh salads with a great variety of ingredients (chosen from the menu). In the evening you can enjoy Italian aperitifs with snacks. Provided a home Delivery service in the city at request(telephone). Languages spoken: Greek, English and Italian.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
The uplifting and charming atmosphere is instantly set upon walking into an open-air verandah for pre dinner drinks before strolling the few metres to our table. The creative and stylish upper deck restaurant with its poolside-view had everyone in our party of seven talking amorously about the feel and the decor. The food is contemporary Greek with a typical Mykonos focus upon fresh seafood. Our waitress suggested a great yet substantially cheaper Greek wine to the French wine we choose. She chose well. The cocktails were good and given the food and alcohol consumed, we all thought the final bill was very reasonable - for late summer Mykonos prices. Mykonos has many price restaurants but Thioni is special.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
We stumbled across To Apomero whilst getting our bearings on our first day in Ornos. It’s located on the main road out towards Agios Ioannis (Shirley Valentine Beach) a short walk from the mad junction at Barcode.
We were so impressed with the place, and the reviews, that we booked in for tea on the evening and we were very glad we did. Had we stayed longer in Mykonos then we would definitely have gone back for a second portion of the Lamb Kleftico.
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