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Went for lunch and enjoyed the view. The food was good but very tiny portions for the money. We asked if they had cocktails and they said they did but they didn’t have a drink menu. We ordered two mojitos. When the bill came each...More
After days of tasting food at different restaurants in Santorini, we visited the Red bicycle. It is located in Oia. When you enter the building you immediately feel like home, you understand what Greek hospitality means. Friendly staff and an amazing view predetermine you that...More
Having eaten in so many excellent places while visiting Greece, we look forward to our dinner overlooking the sea. First they would not allow us to sit at another table with a better view because they said it was reserved, No one sat there the...More
We paid an exorbitant amount and the portions were tiny. The food itself was good but does not justify the price paid, this is not a starred restaurant. If you had some Michelin stars I would have understood!
I wish we'd know that this was supposed to be a fine dining experience before we wandered in looking for a hearty dinner after climbing around Oia all day. We got the ravioli entree (5 cylindrical pieces of pasta -look at pictures others have posted)...More
We were met by friendly staff who sat us at our table, only to have some rather rude British tourists interject to tell us that the food “is small, you’ll be hungry” and to “enjoy your meal, ‘cause it’s not worth it.” They walked out,...More
Pretentious food is hard to cook and impossible to describe. This should have alerted me to the problem when I read the menu. The starters were excellent. So-far-so-good. The main course was absurd. Raymond Blanc realised in the 80s that a balanced meal was a...More
Avoid. Overly pretentious menu without the quality to back it up. Stupid pricing. Avoid degustation menus. Poor value for money. Wish we hadn’t gone here as it spoiled our day. Portion sizes small. So much so, we had to eat again immediately after we left...More
We were very well impressed at first, as the dining patio is very pleasant and has great views. But the food was way too expensive and they were not able to do any of requested changes to their dishes. As a result one person of...More
We are from New Orleans, a city that has produced amazing chefs. So we know some restaurants are just high end but you get that culinary experience you are looking for...
Red Bicycle’s chef gives you that experience with well made food plates that feature...More
Hi there! 830 is a tough time to eat anywhere in Santorini this time of year when the sunset is approximately 837 and the restaurant has a view of the sunset - unless you make a reservation. Oia is famous for its sunsets and... More
Hi there! 830 is a tough time to eat anywhere in Santorini this time of year when the sunset is approximately 837 and the restaurant has a view of the sunset - unless you make a reservation. Oia is famous for its sunsets and while Greeks typically eat on the later side like 10 you have to keep in mind that Red Bicycle is more frequented by tourists and people very quickly book up the sunset times. Red Bicycle has a decent view of the sunset but not the most direct view from what I recall, although admittedly we were spoiled by our direct view of the sunset from our apartment facing due west. From what I saw most tables had a more southern facing view of the caldera (or SW) but those views were still stunning. So in short, 830 is very possible with a reservation and unlikely to be alone in the restaurant but I suggest confirming sunset views anywhere if you want to eat at 830! Hope that helps.