Upon reading about this restaurant in Rick Steves' book, we hopped a bus in Mykonos Town and headed out to check it out for ourselves. The bus dropped us off at the top of the hill (look for the sign for the place), and it's a short walk down to the place. We came at an off-hour and the place was mostly empty, and we secured an outdoor table overlooking the beach next door.
Like many have said, the menu is not extensive. The two of us shared the fresh sea bass and an order of grilled sardines. While the bass, was fine, the sardines were to die for! If you've ever had canned sardines, these taste nothing like those. In Greece, they are much larger and tastier. These had been grilled and served open-faced with fresh diced tomatoes. Amazing!
The wine was good and relatively inexpensive, and we also shared a large bottle of water. Cost for the two of us for lunch was about 40 Euros. Not cheap, but par for the course in Mykonos. We highly recommend you take the time to visit.
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