As this is among the top holiday destinations in Greece, places to eat and drink in Mykonos are many and spread all around the island, both in tourist and secluded spots. Most Mykonos places to eat and drink are found in Mykonos Town, the capital of the island, that gets very busy after sunset when most people head to the town for a fun night out.
Mykonos Best Food and Places To Eat
- Mykonos is a foodie’s paradise. So many great restaurants. You’ll be tempted, but don’t eat at the same place twice.
- Do the Mykonos Cooking Class – Highly recommended if you love Greek food & wine. Fun, relaxed, and delicious. I get emails from loads of people saying it was the highlight of of their trip to Greece.
- Many of the top beach clubs in Mykonos serve great seafood and traditional dishes. Spending a day at the beach doesn’t mean eating lousy food.
Restaurants in Mykonos are found in the paved streets of the town and along the beaches. Except for the super remote beaches on the island, all the other coasts are lined up with restaurants, taverns and beach cafe. Some beaches, like Super Paradise, Paradise, Psarou, and Paranga, have beach bars with parties and dancing all day long. Most clubs in Mykonos are found in the Town, while very famous is Cavo Paradiso at Paradise beach.
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Best Eat and Drink Places in Mykonos
Are you looking for places to eat and drink in Mykonos island? Here are some interesting suggestions to have a meal or dinner, enjoy a relaxing coffee and spend the night out in Mykonos.
Spilia Seaside Restaurant
One of the most dramatic dining settings on Mykonos, the seaside restaurant Spilia (which translates to cave) is perched on the rocks of Agia Anna cove by Kalafatis beach, positioned overlooking the sea. The restaurant places the focus on Mediterranean-Mykonian cuisine and in particular the seafood and fish that comes straight from the water; oysters, mussels and urchins as well as crayfish and lobster come straight from a natural sea pool.
This courtyard restaurant is a long-running favorite on the island, combining gastronomy with an idyllic garden setting, which was designed by Paola Navone. The Mediterranean cuisine here is fused with flavors from across the globe. Tuck into dishes like fresh yellowfin tuna sous vide with caponata, wasabi mayo, leek, wakame salad and soy-honey sauce, Miyazaki wagyu strip loin sautéed with pearl barley risotto and aged red wine sauce, and risotto with lobster tail, sweet potato, aromatic butter and truffle oil.
Book a table at Buddha Bar and you’re booking one the hottest tables on the island. As part of the international Buddha Bar franchise known for its chic cosmopolitan vibe and avant-garde music, Mykonos’ Buddha Bar Beach takes all that style to the private beach at the Santa Marina hotel complete with a fantastic sea view and modern, Zen-inspired atmosphere. This is the place to try fantastic sushi options and an array of Asian plates.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese-South American fusion fare has become known across the globe, in particular for the chef’s signature plates such as black cod with miso and new style sashimi. He opened his restaurant here at the Belvedere Hotel in 2004 to combine his distinct culinary style with the local ingredients, taking particular pride in the fresh seafood. Guests here can dine by the pool with a view over the hillside’s white houses, which lead down to the Aegean Sea. The wine cellar here has won awards too, as it provides an extensive collection of old and new world wines, including a number of Greek labels.
This fine dining restaurant at luxury hotel Cavo Tagoo pays tribute to Japanese cuisine and culture. In a Japanese inspired ocean-facing and open-fronted space designed by Sissy Fida, diners can savor modern gourmet Japanese dishes and sushi with a view over the infinity pool and the sea beyond. Try the Royal California sushi rolls, which come topped with beluga caviar, or the Gold Nigiri with beluga caviar, Hamachi and fresh wasabi.