We - three of us - ended up in Mykonos simply because all other restaurants were full and had long waiting times. Mykonos had plenty of tables free. That should have been a warning sign already, but we were hungry and gave it a try.
We were seated downstairs which has the flair of a fast food outlet - actually it is. They do have tables upstairs which is much nicer with table cloth and all. Why did the waitress not tell us to go upstairs? Well, it would have not made much of a difference, as the food was horrid.
The Souvlaki Plate - Chicken - had three small sticks with 4 small cubes of chicken each, a "Greek Salad" and "Aioli" dip. The chicken was dry and not well seasoned. The Aioli was from a bottle and did not even have the faintest taste of garlic. The Greek Salad was a couple of leaves, a bit of red onion and half a tomato soaked in a horrible dressing.
The Chicken Schnitzel was tiny and tasteless too. The "Island Style Chicken Liver" was not seasoned at all and served on a bed of fried onions still soaked in frying oil.
And we paid $ 96.50 for the privilege - that is without alcoholic drinks as the place is BYO.
The main business it seems is Take Away kebabs. And this is what this place actually is - A take away that wants to be a restaurant but has no clue how to do it.
Mind you, there was a constant stream of customers for Take Away and when we left there was quite a number of table occupied. That can only mean that all the other customers had the same issue as we had - not finding another place to eat, or they do not know what real Greek food should taste like.
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