Holidas in Mykonos Town give you more than 150 places to eat along the winding cobble stone streets. There's plenty of choice when it comes to restaurants including traditional Greek, Italian, Mediterranean, Asian and Mexican cuisine. The marina area is a popular spot to dine in, where you can sit out on the patio and take in the views of the passing ships as you try platefuls of mezze. Seafood also plays a big role in Greek cooking, and Mykonos Town is no exception. If you're stumped on where to eat during your Mykonos holidays, read on for a list of some of Mykonos Town's best restaurants.
This Greek restaurant is situated in a traditional Mykonian home and decorated with memorabilia from the 1950s. Dishes here are cooked in the authentic Greek way, and all are homemade from recipes handed down over generations. Make sure to come hungry as plate sizes at Bakalo are more than generous.
Set off Mykonos' cobbled streets is this intimate eatery. The decor of this place is stylish and modern, and the open kitchen chefs provide a show when cooking up their delicious creations. Meals start off with generous portions of bread, tzatziki, hummus and olives. But don't fill up too quickly as the octopus salads and seafood dishes are worth saving space to indulge in.
Meals at M-eating are beautifully presented and the chefs make sure each dish is made according to your specifications. The beef ravioli, the lamb and ribeye veal are among the favourites here. If you're stuck on what to order off the extensive menu, the waiters at M-eating are happy to give you recommendations and tell you about the specials of the day.
For a little taste of Mexico on your Greece holidays, pay a visit to Appaloosa Restaurant Bar. There's tons of spicy and flavourful dishes to choose from, including nachos, chicken or vegan burritos and chilli salad. Plus you can wash it all down with a refreshingly cold glass of sangria.
Captain's enjoys arguably the best location of any eatery on the island. Here you can sit out on the patio and watch the boats come and go in the harbour, soaking up an incredible view. The food is plentiful and diverse with popular dishes like fried calamari and pork, beef meatballs cooked in a yoghurt sauce, and seafood trachanotto – a Greek cheese pasta dish.
This small eatery serves up big-sized flavour and fast food favourites. Food here is quick and affordable and gives a modern twist on Greek cuisine. You can get classic burgers and chips as well as gyros and souvlaki along with their classic accompaniment, peppered fries. There's also free Wi-Fi.
For some of the best Italian food on the island head to D'Angelo. Set right next to the island's historic windmills this Italian restaurant serves up gourmet pizzas, vegetarian pastas and calzone with Nutella for dessert. On sunny days you can sit outside in the garden patio, surrounded by exotic palm trees.
With a beautiful secluded garden you'll feel miles away from the busy capital city of Mykonos Town at Eva's Garden Restaurant. Here you can dine al fresco under a roof of vines and flowers while you try the mouth-watering lamb with lemon sauce and moussaka. This is the ideal spot for any romantic celebration.
For something quick and on the go drop by Sakis Grill. This casual walk-in eatery is just three minutes from the windmills and easy to spot. Meals here are quick and filling and include a range of gyros and souvlaki. Grab something to go on your way to the beach or the shopping district.
This noodle bar is a fast and cheap option for anyone wanting a change from the traditional Greek cuisine. Here you can pick your own noodles, meat, sauces, and any extras you want including spring rolls. Your meal comes in a proper Asian noodle box and is easily eaten on the go.