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The Liberty Breakfast Room is an open space on taste, supporting local producers & sources. Starting from the Cyclades, we reach out to the whole of Greece. MYKONOS is our birthplace! We serve breakfast chiefly with bio products and super foods, fine quality coffee & tea. Unique sunset terrace with classic or signature cocktails and excellent greek wine selection.
We chose to hike here from Mykonos town (25 minutes uphill) after seeing online it did smoothie bowls. When we arrived, we seated ourselves, and waited 10 minutes before asking for a menu, we expected it would just be brought to us, we waited and...waited and after a further 15 minutes asked if we could order, they explained they would come and serve us soon, after another 10 minutes we decided to get up and go, we’d been in the restaurant 35-40 minutes by this time and been completely ignored. The other guests seemed equally agitated - it wasn’t even busy. The smoothie bowls were €16+ and the cooked breakfasts were €15-20. Id recommend choosing somewhere with better service.More
I loved the food and the location so much! Really nice design of the place and you can see that the food is fresh and organic - which is important for me. On the top of it - the stuff is super lovely!
P.S. I...was wondering why wouldn’t the administrators of the place put the tent at the terrace, so it’s in the shadow. Coz all the time I’ve visited it, no one is actually willing to stay at the sun. At the same time inside and outside seats (in the shadow were always occupied). Some more shadow would allow more people to come and enjoy our breakfasts! Just some thoughts out loud :) thanks anyways for the hospitality and food!More
Very buzzy place, colourful and vibrant. The breakfast choice is good, with heaped plates of food, pricey but then this is Mykonos
There is a great tearrce with great views and from there it is an easy walk into town
Very nice place
Wonderful environment in this lovely Cafe. Sea view is available inside and outside, from the large open veranda - if it's not windy of'course. Excellent coffee and very tasty pastries and plates. A real oasis not far from the busy Mykonos chora....
We visited for breakfast. Plates were tasty enough, a little expensive though.
View was great and coffee was also good.
We didnt like that we took no legal receipt (only a paper with our order), no one else did as long we were there......
Wouldnt...recomend it, you have many other options on the island!More
Read different reviews on this place but the food looked pretty good and it was close to our hotel so we decided to try it out. It was actually the first breakfast in Greece where the eggs were cooked deliciously. The scrambled eggs came in...a big portion on top of toast and had truffle oil. Ordered a side of bacon which was also the first time it was fully cooked during our time here in Greece. They are a thicker cut bacon but we liked it. I ordered the cyclops, which also says ’egg-in-a-hole’ on the menu. With a description of ‘poached egg, ham and gruyere cheese’. I was expecting the egg to actually be in a hole IN the sandwich itself but was given a sandwich and a salad with a poached egg on the side. Not sure if this is what it’s suppose to be but it was definitely not what I was expecting. I also ordered a fruit salad with honey and yogurt. Not sure if this was Greek yogurt as it had a different consistency as other Greek yogurts I’ve had on this trip. But it is a big portion and was still tasty. While the prices here are a bit higher, it seems to be the overall theme on the island. We had no issues with service as stated in previous reviews but did have to get up and ask for our bill. Overall, while overpriced, we would come back. However, I would not order the cyclops againMore
We were advised to go to the “Best breakfast in Mykonos”, and we did.
After being warmly welcomed in a nice structure facing the amazing view from the hill on top of the Chora, we took our seat and started waiting. The view is enough...of an entertainment but not for such a long time!
We managed to call twice the waiters until someone, Emily and kind, came to attend us.
There are several options, and all of them are certainly within the most expensive I have ever seen (talking obviously of a breakfast). I can recall higher prices at the Burj-al-Arab in Dubai and maybe few other places. Where service was impeccable.
I opted for a classical sunny side up eggs with crispy bacon and also a promising croissant cake with custard.
I got eggs with sausages instead.
After calling a waiter for having the order sorted out, I received back the same eggs (that now were almost cold) with some slices of bacon. This was a big issue: it was far from being crispy: it was dry and thick and impossible to cut with the knife also! It was literally resembling a thick slice of leather used for shoes soles.
I explained to the waiter that this wasn’t what I was expecting and therefore he called the Chef in person.
I thought it was for an apology, but no. A big strong and confident man in full Chef-de-cuisine gear came out of the kitchen straight to my table, pretended a shape of a smile and asked me whether something was wrong. As I completed the word “bacon” he then asked me: “you don’t like it crispy?”. The truth is that yes I love it crispy. But it was a horrible piece of leather, maybe it was crispy before being reheated several times? With unacceptable pride and arrogance, he stated that that one was crispy and if I didn’t like it, it was because I didn’t like crispy bacon. However (how graceful!) he was offering me to reheat it. I didn’t accept the offer and he was then forced to make some new bacon for me (that came alright this time). At this point one waiter suggested me to wait and see re:croissant cake with custard, as I might have not wanted it anymore.
My partner had a different choice that I don’t remember, but after starting eating the first bits he became nervous because the entire structure of food was falling apart in a messy dish.
I accepted the waiter’s suggestion and asked the bill to get out of there.
Again delays, until the bull arrives with the croissant cake (how comes if I just agreed not to have it???).
I didn’t want to argue anymore, I took it in a box and ate it later on.
The waitress that collected the payment (nice and smiley, I admit) dared asking me if I wanted to tip the staff. No. I didn’t.
To complete the picture, the cake in object was a mass of old croissant (clearly leftovers) put together with some custard cream.
In summary: awful experience in a very nicely located place.
The staff suffer from lack of internal communication and organisational skills. This is not surprising when you know that the chef is a person that is not able to apologise for a mistake he is responsible for!
A place to avoid.More
Date of visit: September 2019
VangelisP769, Διευθυντής at The Liberty Breakfast Room, responded to this reviewResponded September 5, 2019
Dear customer Fabsbirth
You wrote for a same experience in our restaurant, one week ago with the nickname Fabsbirth. The answer will be the same:
Dear customer I am sincerely sorry you had such a disagreeable time at our restaurant. Regarding the bacon: our bacon...More
We decided to go to Liberty due to recommendations however the prices have since increased from around €13 for the average breakfast to around €16-17! However we decided to still order as we thought it must be really nice quality food. I have to say...my boyfriend really did enjoy his poached eggs however I got scrambled eggs and it was horrendous. Even though the portion was huge (which it should be for €16) I couldn’t eat even half due to the cheese in it being so overpowering and strong. Overall okay experience from my boyfriend but not for me and we both agree it was no where near worth the prices.More