The food in Mykonos, Greece is another reason to enjoy the visit in this island of the Cyclades Group. Marked with a distinctive taste and presentation, the island’s gastronomy is something worth tasting for. Below is a list of restaurants in Mykonos you might want to visit:
Little Venice, Mykonos Town
Located in Little Venice, this restaurant boasts of its ideal location right by the sea. It offers a good view of the windmills, which thus provide it with a romantic and serene setting. One of the favorites here is its spaghetti with lemon, parmeggiano cheese, and olive oil. Its lobster pasta, risotto and steamed mussells are also a hit among customers. Price of main course range from 18€-35€.
Garden Kalogera St. (behind Alpha Bank on Matoyanni St.), Mykonos Town
This restaurant is one of the island’s posh restaurants. Its lovely private garden and intimate interior give it a romantic ambiance, perfect for couples and honeymooners. Its octopus in white sauce and stuffed lamb are among the favorites here.
On the road to Ano Mera, Mykonow Town
Danielle’s is a classy restaurant that combines Mediterranean cuisine to traditional Greek island dishes. It is known for its sumptuous range of pasta dishes as well as fresh salads. Main courses here range 25€-40€.
Above Panachra Church, Mykonos Town
This is one of the oldest restaurants in the island’s capital. For over 30 years, the restaurant has already developed a reputation for serving really good Mediterranean dishes. The tables here are clustered around its courtyard pool, where diners can make a splash upon their arrival. It is known around town for serving some of the best fish and lamb dishes. Unlike the three restaurants above, Edem is considerably affordable, with its main course price only for about 8€-30€.
Plateia Tria Pigadia, Mykonos Town
Serving traditional recipes from various parts of Greece, this restaurant is known for its eclectic menu, which include boudeto – shellfish-and-monkfish stewed in wine-and-tomato sauce. This restaurant has been in the island since the 1960s. With prices of the main courses ranging from 9€-30€, it is also considered one of the affordable restaurants in Mykonos standards.
Psarou Beach, Psarou
Although a bit pricey, N’Ammos still attracts a lot of diners with its casual elegant setting by the beachfront. As one of Mykonos’ finest restaurants, N’Ammos guarantees to fill even the most critical diners. Among its highlights are its marinated anchovies, spicy Mykonian meatballs, T-bone steaks, and fresh fish.