Prefecture of the Cyclades Restaurants

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Prefecture of the Cyclades Restaurants

  • Fira Town

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    While in Santorini, you must eat, and when you do, pick a Taverna that is on the edge of the cliffs of the caldera. Remember that the view is of a volcano's violent eruption. Not only is the food going to taste better, but the view is worth the price of the dessert. Many tourists gather in the restaurants that are near the cliffs. A great way to...

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  • Kamari

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    “Greek night..................................................Brilliant!!!!!!!”- George and the rest of the staff at the restaurant welcomed our group over over 30 people for the brilliant greek night on Monday 12 September... Our party was in Santorini to celebrate our wedding. We couldn't have asked for more. Enough food to feed 100, brilliant...

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  • Oia Village

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    Fantastic place, really friendly and personal service. Great atmosphere thanks to Michaelis and sometimes a guest or two playing live music. The food, the service and the family is right out of central casting. Mihalis greets everyone while playing and singing. Mileana ensures service is friendly and the food is excellent. Sit down for a nice...

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  • Perissa

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    This one is definitely above average in quality and price - athough not outrageous by any means. Sophisticated menu, well presented and well executed cooking. Not for every night, but a treat! Ingredients include the local specialties - tomatini (tomatoes) and the famous white eggplant. Mussel risotto flavoured with fennel and coriander. Subtle...

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  • Firostefani

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    This restaurant was close to our accommodation in Firostefani and recommend by the manager who said her family dined there regularly. We dined there on Monday night late September and were lucky to get a table. A cosy restaurant which has been in the same family since 1922 it specialises in traditional food. Not knowing much about Greek food I let...

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  • Akrotiri

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    Well I photographed the name and well, it is a mystery to me but I will give you the phone number...as after reading this tip and my travelogue as well you will really want to visit this restaurant when you visit Santorini. And there is a magnificent view from this restaurant which I didnot notice until later... being caught up in the delicious...

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  • Budget

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    Staying in Karterados first we ate at the local village Taverna - Skaramagas. It was popular with the locals(fish was especially good) so we though it must be good - it was, so much so that we ate here the next night. We especially enjoyed the mezes - quantity was good, you could really just order a few to share as a main meal. First night we...

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  • Imerovigli

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    WE VISITED La Maison on an evening trip to Imerovigli during a week-long stay on Santorini in June, sitting down to eat at 7.40pm. Despite toying with the idea of having the salmon, I opted for a Tandoori Chicken Souvlaki whilst my partner ate a Moussaka - these had by now become the signature dishes of our holiday! And, of course, we started with...

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  • Pirgos

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    After a morning spent in the Archeological museum, we decided to go to Pirgos for the afternoon on the bus, and, having planned everything at least ten minutes in advance (!), arrived there around 3 pm feeling rather hungry and in need of some lunch. Right by the bus stop is the Taberna Kallisti, and it looked OK, so in we went. There was a nice...

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  • Thirassia

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    A part of our Pirate Ship cruise, included a visit to the island of Thirassia. There the VT group had lunch at the PANORAMA TAVERNA which is a typical Greek restaurant serving traditional dishes. Hans and I both had chicken souvlaki, which came with a serving of rice. Also served on the table for all to enjoy were a variety of Greek appetizers. The...

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  • Emborio

    Santorini Island Restaurants

    We found this place quite by chance in the old historic quarter of Emborio. I'm going to offer no attempts at directions to find it because old Emborio is a maze of streets that defies directions. We just had drinks, and they do little more, maybe some light snacks and fruit salads etc. I think around the corner there is another restaurant, or...

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  • Real greek cooking

    I wish the staff of the Lucullus was an exception to the annoying habit of trying to talk tourists into choosing their restaurant. But that's the only negative thing about it. I went with a New Yorker friend who writes about food, and even she was impressed. Everything was fresh and cooked with a light touch. The courgette (zucchini) balls are...

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  • Mykonos

    There are two great things about this place:1 - The food, it was just about the best we had on Mykonos2 - The views. These were definitely the best!Some could argue that it's a better view from Little Venice, but I prefer waves on a beach to waves against stone.The place specialises in fish and seems to do it well, though as vegetarians we...

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  • Mykonos

    This was our favourite taverna on Mykonos (though the Sunset Taverna at Agios Ioannis came close). It was the first place that we ate after we arrived at Mykonos proper (rather than the brief stop we had while transferring to Paros) at which time we had lunch. We enjoyed that so much we came back a couple of days later for dinner. The food on both...

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  • Mykonos

    A bit eclectic this place - we had a Mexican starter and Indonesian & Italian main courses!I'm not sure how many times we looked at it before we finally ate there - at least three - I think it was the cost that was putting us off, over Euro 13.00 for the main courses was a fair bit more than we had been paying. In the end we went for it, you only...

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  • Mykonos

    This taverna is set in a leafy square in the middle of Mykonos town. There are maybe half a dozen tavernas in that square so why did we choose this one? The menu looked appealing, which is always a good starting point, and the staff weren't at all pushy, which for me is a big bonus point. It's a pet hate of mine when staff try too hard to get you...

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  • Tinos

    Mentioned in every guidebook that we have (and that's a lot of guidebooks) this place even made "Editor's Choice" in one of them. With that many books singing its praises how could we not go. The downside of that amount of book coverage is that every table at the place was occupied by (English speaking) tourists, be they American, Canadian,...

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  • Tinos

    Just around the corner from our previous night's dining spot (Metaxi Mas) was this place, Epineio. Once billed in the Rough Guide, though no longer mentioned in the current edition, it shouts its claim to fame from inside the front cover of its menu. Why is it no longer listed in Rough Guide? I've no idea. I'm often not fond of those places that...

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  • Naxos

    Citron (most often spelled "Kitron") is a traditional liqueur produced on Naxos from a tree resembling a Lemon. The Citron Cafe is adjacent to the Kitron distillery in Halki on Naxos and serves drinks, snacks and light lunches. Inside it is very retro, even down to an old gramophone. There was only ever going to be one thing that we'd have at this...

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  • Mykonos

    We love Greek fast food places, but being vegetarian rather limits the amount of such places that we can visit. Usually it's all meat gyros that are on offer with little attention to vegetarians. Most of the Gyros places on Mykonos are like that too, but one, Leonadis, did a vegetarian Pitta. Basically it's just salad, tzatziki and chips (french...

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  • Mykonos

    Our first meal on Greek soil during our Cycladean tour was while we were waiting for the boat to Paros. Blu Blu is a cafe/club that overlooks the harbour and has upstairs open-air seating - a great place to watch out for your boat coming in (provided it's not diverted to the new Port!), almost everyone in there had luggage with them! They also have...

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  • Tinos

    I know that elsewhere, in my accommodation tips, I said that you could wait at the Leandros Hotel until your ferry docked as it is only two minutes from the port. Well it might be a tad foolhardy to do that, and anyway the Mariner Taverna is a much better place to wait. A - it's only 30 seconds from the ferry dock, saving you a whole minute and a...

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  • Tinos

    Our guide books recommended that when visiting Pyrgos on Tinos we should try the Galaktoboureko at Alexander's in the main square there. Galaktoboureko sounded like a very tasty treat, one not to be missed, so while we were in Pyrgos we couldn't resist...There are other cafes in and around the square and I'm sure they all do Galaktoboureko...

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  • Naxos

    One of the best Mexican restaurants I've been to, and at a great price too.Picasso serves truly delicious Mexican food in a setting that has a lot of indoor seating and maybe not quite enough outside. We manged to grab an outside table, as we do like to watch the world pass by as we linger over our meal. We hadNachos - a great sharing starter,...

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  • Naxos

    Billing itself as the oldest taverna on Naxos, this place has quite a rivalry going with Vassilis which stands opposite it. Lucullus claims to have been running since 1908, Vassilis claims to be the oldest family run taverna on Naxos "since 1951". Obviously "family run" is the key issue with them. I even read one report on a rival travel site that...

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  • Paros

    Close to Panagia Ekatontapyliana, Parikia's "Church Of 100 Doors", this is a great spot to stop for a coffee and maybe a cake (though they do do more substantial stuff too). The area is picturesque and its a great place for people watching. Some people awaiting ferries prefer to wait here rather than our favourite place, Oasis, mentioned elsewhere,...

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  • Paros

    A lovely place. It looked good the first time we saw it and they had a sign out advertising live Greek music on Thursdays - "booking essential". So we booked.We weren't disappointed as the food, service and music were all first rate, as is the setting at the back of one of the main squares. Close enough to see what's going on but far enough away so...

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  • Paros

    Billed as "The Oldest Greek Restaurant" (presumably just on Paros) this was the first place that we ate on our stay on the island. The food was excellent; tasty, good sized portions and with pleasant and speedy service. The location was OK too; we could have sat right at the front overlooking the ocean but we chose to be further inside as the...

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  • Paros

    Nice place. It faces the water though the water is over the road. Tables are inside or out, out being close to the pavement which is where we opted for. Food was lovely, service good, helpful and friendly. The waiter even described how the veg. moussaka would be presented so as not to surprise or disappoint us (we weren't - it was lovely). Fava...

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  • Paros

    This became our favourite place to eat on Paros and was the only place we went back to again (with the exception of Oasis Cafe). The food was wonderful, the waiter was a lovely character but at the end of the day what really sold it was Location! Location! Location!Set on the beach right by the water's edge and sheltered by a small canopy of trees...

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  • Paros

    This is a great place to have breakfast while you wait for the ferry, for two reasons.One: it's right by the ferry quay, literally a stone's throw away.Two: the coffees and pastries are superbI could add Three: it's simply a great place to watch the world pass by... First time there we had a cream pie and a chocolate croissant, along with two...

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  • A secret place in Milos

    What could better epitomise the spirit of Greek summer in the islands than a table and chairs on the beach, ready to receive a few sun-baked friends, to offer them a glass of cold wine, a tomato salad and some local dishes? It hardly matters where this particular tavern is - there is one on every island, if only you look for it beyond the string of...

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  • If it was any closer, it would be in the...

    A typical Greek island taverna set right beside the harbour on the beautiful island of Ios. You are literally the width of the road from the harbour with local fishing boats and luxury yachts moored side by side. A very plesant place to sit at the outside tables as the evening draws down.The service is friendly and the food excellent.There is a...

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