I had experienced the worst service at Niko's Tavern.
I had good experience and services throughout Athens,Santorini and Mykonos except this restaurant.
Poor services; the waiters even didn't border to service us.
When we asked for the basic like requesting a menu and checking the bills.They simple ignored us and bypassed us.
This is the way that you serve Asian customer?
Just because we are Asian?
I know many Asian from Hong Kong,China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan had read the JTB tour guide and come to this restaurant but I strongly and seriously recommeded that you never try this tavern.
The art of making ice cream has been improved and new flavours are added every week, think that makes me to want to try each one of them. Here are some of my favourite flavours. Green Tea, Fig, Cinnabon, Honey with Sesami, ice cream with “Tsoureki” or with “Melomakarono” and other that makes me act like an addict. It is situated in Matogianni.
It is a beautiful beach bar at the famous beach of Elia. You can start your day with breakfast and continue later with a veal fillet accompanied with koumandaria (Cypriot sweet wine) sauce and grapes.
This is a GREAT place, and it is a little off the beaten path in Mykonos Town. We ate in several different restaurants but the service here was SO friendly, SO friendly we came back three times. There is a real nice atmosphere with sort of covered outdoor seating, the prices are very reasonable, and the food was great. Especially loved the Mousaka. I really wouldn't miss this place if I were going to Mykonos again...
Favorite Dish: Mousaka!!!!!!!!!
I dont know how many of you have ever taste a souvlaki, but this is our favorite fast-food.
I'm not going to describe what is a souvlaki but you have to taste it, and actually the first day of you visit in Greece.
This tip can help you save a lot of money, cos probably then you'll only want to eat souvlaki. And the cost of one souvlaki is from 1,30 to 2,00 euros.Men will need 2-3 of them and women 1-2.
Anyway in Mykonos the best place to taste it is Alexis shop.Easy ti find, as it is in the only place a taxi can get you in the town. Manto square. It is on the back side of tasxis stop and very difficult not to find.
Favorite Dish: Ask one (or two or three) with everything. In greek; ena me yiro apola.
The best well kept secret in Mykonos for food is Kiki's tavern in AgiosSostis beach.In a small terrace, covered by a huge tree and overlooking the Panormos bay,this place offer very a very tasteful small menu. Since there is no electricity, there is a selection of a lot salads, of different kinds and also there is a bbq providing meat and chicken fillets only.These come with a very tasty sauce and you also can order baked potatoes...
For sure is a very good place and really worth a visit...
Need of transportation to get there and also try to avoid on peak-period the times between 3.00pm to 5.00pm cos you are going to wait a lot!
A very simple but big enough cafe,in the middle of chora is Aigli. I prefer this place for breakfast, cos plays very nice cool lounge-ambient music and is the perfect place to see and to be seen. My choises are special omellete and the huge fruit-salad.Prefer a freddo-cappuccino cos till last summer they haven't manage to make a top quality frape.
The place is all day open
In a town with taverns located side-by-side, Mykonos has many choices for food. Seafood and classic Greek dishes are specialities. Id probably say that the easiest way to find a good taverna is to check the menu and then see how many tables are taken. One of our favourites for authentic Greek food was the large and ever-popular Niko's Tavern. Just in from the harbor, it's has daily specials (roasted lamb, fish, for example), seafood and pasta and Greek dishes, all for 5-10 Euros (and beers are just 2 Euros). For appetizers, the dolmades and in particular the humus are delicious.
Nikos Tavern in Porta Mykonos has the most delicious Greek food and salads and the freshest seafood on the Island of Mykonos.
The atmosphere is magnificent and the service is Excellent!
Plus the owner Nikos is a fantastic chef and a heart of Gold!
Favorite Dish: Fresh Lobster and calamari!
Along the frontage of the harbour here at Chora are the expected collection of terraced cafe/bars which are all pretty much of a one-ness, all catering for the casual tourist, whether just for a coffee or a beer, or a full-blown repast. As always the trick is to avoid the ones that aren't busy, then just choose the one with the friendliest waiting staff. Mourayio fitted the bill perfectly and avoiding the obviously touristy bits on the menu made for an ideal relaxed late lunch watching the tourists and the harbour life doing what it does with a pleasant sea breeze taking the edge off the afternoon sun.
Favorite Dish: Here I tried the deliciously meaty Mykonian sausage, along with taramasalata, Greek salad and bread, washed down with a couple of bottles of Mythos. For less than 25 euros this was exactly what I wanted, excellent way to refuel before wandering round the town proper.