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Mykonos + Santorini restaurants

The Cyclades were probably the first islands to host the kind of evolved-Greek restaurants now gently proliferating in the capital, however the majority of eateries, even on cosmopolitan Santorini and Mykonos, are still traditional tavernas. But there's nothing wrong with that. Go where the locals go; follow them into the kitchen to point at what looks good; and if you pick a fish to be grilled to order, prepare for sticker shock—that's inevitably the most expensive dish. To eat as the Greeks do, plan your main meal for mid-afternoon, around 2 pm, and your evening meal for some time around 9 or 10 pm. These listings are places that break the taverna mold, that are more "international" in decor, cuisine, service, everything. Inevitably these spots are concentrated on those two aforementioned vacation centers, but don't assume that means you can't eat well on the other islands. Far from it. Sifnos, for instance, is thought to breed the best chefs in all of Greece. Just follow your nose.

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1800, Oia, Santorini

One the poshest (and priciest) restaurants on the island, architect/owner Ioannis Zagelidis's refined renovation of a sea captain's house makes for a grand...more

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Ambrosia, Oia, Santorini

The Santorini sunset is best observed from here, at what has long been one of the centers of summertime village life. While the magnificent terrace view is one...more

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Belvedere Restaurant, Mykonos Town, Mykonos

You know a hotel takes its food seriously when both of its restaurants feature celebrity chefs, as they do at Mykonos's most fashionable roost, the Belvedere. A...more

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Dimitri's, Oia

In the tiny port of Amoudi, below Oia, where waves slap against the fishing boats, don't be tempted to stop at any of the fish tavernas until you get to Captain...more

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Kiki's, Mykonos

If this place sounds familiar, it's because you've read about it in a travel magazine, heard a honeymooning couple raving about it at your hotel, or maybe seen...more

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Koukoumavlos

Koukoumavlos, an award-winning restaurant housed in an elegant 18th-century captain's house, is where chef Nikos Pouliasis combines unexpected flavors to create...more

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Psaraki

Before or after spending time on the beaches on the south side of Santorini, a must-stop for lunch is Psaraki, a fish taverna overlooking the boat harbor at...more

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Saltsa, Imerovigli, Santorini

It has no view, so this deceptively traditional-looking eatery (where every chair seems to be mismatched) is not as crowded as the restaurants along the...more

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Selene

After 25 years at the edge of the caldera in Santorini, Selene, one of the island's premier restaurants, has moved to the traditional village of Pyrgos. Owner...more

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Uno con Carne, Mykonos Town, Mykonos

The success of this Argentine steak house may be a sign of the increasingly international scope of Mykonos gastronomy. Or it may just be that the draw is the...more

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