This bistrot caught our eye from down the street in the off-season because their chairs and tables were out and looked so inviting. We went in although we weren't hungry and they showed us around, answered our questions, and gave us advice on how to find it again in all the tangled streets of Mykonos Town.
We had lunch there the next day and sat there for hours enjoying hot chocolate, typical Greek pies, Greek meatball soup, French dishes, and they gave us a piece of orange-chocolate cake for free at the end.
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