This is a Greek-style beach snack bar. Apart from the calm waters, on the beach [poi = 76268] Agios Sostis [/ poi] you can enjoy the stunning beach bar. The site has no electricity or anything, just a coal-burning stove where they prepare grilled meats and fish. It's simply priceless to enjoy a good meal, with good local white wine and rejuvenate with sea views of Mykonos. I don't have any information on schedules or a phone number, but if you go by Agios Sostis and it's open, you have to visit.
One of the best ouzerias of Cyclades. I will not deny, for me one of the greatest attractions of Greece is its food, so similar to Spanish in its ingredients but so amazing in taste. One of the restaurants that I remember most fondly from there is the Ouzeria Medusa, in the village of Mandrakia of Milos Island. Mandrakia is a typical fishing village of Milos, is charming and a magnificent beaches around. Restaurant recommend almost everything, especially the grilled octopus, of the tastiest I've had in my life ...
The Taverna O Apostolis was a very good choice for dinner in the [poi = 77697] Naxos [/ poi] This is the terrace of the restaurant. This restaurant has a great selection of Greek specialties including grilled octopus, feta, fresh fish, etc. It's a really nice place. Dinner for two with house wine can go for about 40 euros.
Perhaps one of the least known aspects of Santorini are the wines produced on the island. They are volcanic wines with similar qualities to that produced in the interior of the island of Lanzarote. They are predominantly white wines, and I personally quite like the touch of carbon that these wines have. Of course, the ideal day is touring white villages or relaxing on volcanic beaches and watching the sunset while sipping local wines. One of the wineries we liked was the Sigalas, just outside the village of Oia. Getting there is quite easy if you have your own car, because there are many signs pointing the way to the winery.
I want to tell you about Taverna Katina, in Amoudi Bay, at the foot of the village of Oia. We discovered it by chance. It was raining heavily and we wanted to see the sunset in Oia, but the sun wasn't visible, so we crossed the village and saw a sign to Amoudi port, the small town of Santorini. The first sensation was good, a tiny town with a mini beach, a mini port and full of taverns. In front of the small fishing boats small taverns topped the landscape. The village is in the caldera of a volcano, separated from Oia, which is at the top, by about 200 or so steps. As it was raining we decided to go for a drink, as the tavern terraces were covered with plastic sheeting, and as we were only a few meters from the sea we could see how much it rained on the sea. We went to Katina tavern, it was 7 pm and we had eaten late, so we decided to take just a coffee. Then we noticed the familiar atmosphere of the tavern, they were all family, Katina, the owner, dressed in black from head to toe, ruled the roost, and sons, sons and others, served the tables. They were sitting around a table drinking ouzo and talking, laughing. They asked if we had tried the yogurt and we said no, so tried it. It was the best yogurt I've ever tasted. As it had not stopped raining, we were there quite a while, we took a jug of ouzo, feta, olives and olive oil bread. When we went to pay they charged only for the coffees. We promised to come back for dinner the next day, and we did. The Seafood was good, just caught, golden delicious, delicious salads, and very friendly people, at a reasonable price.
This is luxurious fresh fish next to the Mykonos Mills. Mykonos is Greek's cheapest island, but the restaurant Caprice - Sea Satin Market is not the cheapest on the island. However, we can recommend the restaurant for its prime location (just below the famous [poi = 64091] Mykonos Windmills [/ poi]), with its beautiful views of the [poi = 77156] city [/ poi]) and its food quality. I loved the layout of the tables, on the same beach as the city, the soft lighting with candles, and the romantic atmosphere. I recommend it for a special island supper.
Even the name is beautiful at this restaurant in Plaka although most of the customers come for the views. But that view! At sunset bay Milos is dyed gold in what is one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Aegean. All this accompanied by chill-out music in a super laid back.
We went to this restaurant during our visit to the beaches of Mykonos, specifically Eliá beach. We ate well, Mediterranean dishes: salads, pastas, pizzas, ... all these together with typical Greek dishes such as moussaka, dolmades, and others. Aside from the food, which is freshly made and very good, you can enjoy wonderful views of the beach and over the Mediterranean landscape of Eliá Mykonos. Good food, overlooking the Mediterranean magic of the Cyclades Islands ,and you done in good company, you will round off the day in a perfect manner! The restaurant is on two levels, the lower one which is inside, and upper one, which is half inside and half on the terrace where you can enjoy great views. I don't rememer the price very well, but students always looking for places that are affordable and I recall this worked out to about 15 euros per head. That said, if you want to spend a nice evening,or just breakfast, lunch or dinner, I recommend this restaurant for eating well, nice and cheap. Also after a good meal, you have the beach right in front with a chillout area to relax in and take a coffee ... Mmmmmm
The O Kritikos Restaurant is a fantastic Greek tavern in the [poi = 79615] village of Folegandros [/ poi]. The restaurant has a great atmosphere with a super-lively terrace that's a good place to be. We ate here several times and I thought the price to quality ratio was excellent. I do not know the exact address, but in a town the size of Folegandros, it shouldn't be too hard to find. It's in the square where the other restaurants in town are.
One of our favorite things to do while traveling is to try the local cuisine. In Fira, we made no exception. We tried to find an authentic Greek taverna with a traditional, home-style menu. We settled on Nikolas, which is located on a steep street called Erithrou Stavrou, in the heart of Fira. This traditional tavern had everything we were looking for: whitewashed facade with blue doors and windows, a cool inside with checkered checkered tablecloths, wooden chairs, and grizzled by friendly waiters. As for the food, the menu was quintessentially Greek. For starters, we ordered a salad with tomato, feta cheese, and crusty bread. I think we also ordered some kind of tomato balls with feta as a starter too. As a main, we had a sort of Greek lasagna, whose local name I can't recall. The pasta was macaroni. I had a sea bass with potatoes and beans. Everything was delicious and I don't recall it being overtly expensive, despite being in the heart of the city. If you're still hungry afterwards and want desert, the best places in Greece are the traditional bakeries. Get what you want and take it out on the street. It's the best way to finish off a good Greek meal.
What to say about this Greek island for those ve don't already know it? You go to the beach all day and all night, and in the evening there is a lot of celebrating. A place where you can eat well in a lot of restaurants for pretty cheap. One restaurant I found was Joannas restaurant on the street that runs from Myjonos to Ornos along the coast. The first time I saw it, it didn't give me a good impression, but after passing it a few times, I decided to go and it was worth it for the very good prices and the quality. Don't expect luxury though, because it is a beach bar.
I remember that lunch and the delicious food we enjoyed with my family in Kyprida. The restaurant is not on the main street, but further down from where most of the tourists from the cruise ships came in, practically run away from the crowd, and simply enter into this peaceful and beautiful place. We gave thanks to the chef Jacques for his kind attention and for serving us splendid and plentiful food (despite the fact that Jacques is French, and it's true that in French restaurants, you always get hungry). Well if you are out there, do not miss it.
If you go to Santorini and Fira , do not miss going to this restaurant. It has the best views and the best risotto I've ever eaten, with marscarpone and wild mushrooms. Just don´t miss out on getting an outdoor table. It has several floors so it's easy to find a table. For dessert, I had a delicious champagne cocktail with black rum and strawberries.
This restaurant is situated on the beach of Platys Gialos. The restaurant is on the beach, the service is quick, the staff very attentive and the food is very good. Buenísimos the banana daiquiris, the tsasiki, Greek salad and calamari. The price more than reasonable. The beautiful and quiet beach. We were invited to watermelon for dessert.
If you are in Mykonos, you can't miss Kavos. Make sure to ask for a table by the water! While you're waiting you can see the crabs walking among the rocks and enjoy the amazing views of the harbor and the beautiful city of Mykonos. Reasonable prices, generous portions and friendly waiters. Bring cash, credit cards not accepted.
This is a winery, where you can relax in the evening, while enjoying a wine and cheese tasting. It has one of the most beautiful views of the island, with the sunset right in front of you. Although the place is very romantic, it's also nice to visit with your friends, and you'll have the chance to take some spectacular pictures.
If you're looking to have a dinner date in Fira, the Aktaion Restaurant is the place. All of the dishes are homemade and the prices are honest. The atmosphere is definitely traditional Greek, and it fills up quic so I'd consider booking ahead. One of the things I liked best was that they gave you a complimentary snack with every drink you ordered. The restaurant is located near the church all the way down the Crater Road and isn't hard to find.