If you ask anyone in town what the hottest restaurant is around, they'll undoubtedly reply Nammos. It's the trendiest beach restaurant in Mykonos, located down a windy and dusty road on the edge of popular Psarou Beach. The restaurant is divided between a formal dining area, lounge with bar, and beach club. Cane-wrapped sunshades dot the adjacent beach, serviced by bronzed waitresses working the hundred-or-so sun loungers filled with hungry tanning vacationers. The open-air restaurant offers a whimsical design of crisp white tablecloths accented by floral porcelain and oversized wine goblets. The crowd varies between fashionable locals in the off-season to August's always-hot glitterati scene.
There is nothing quite like a late beach club feast after hours of intense tanning and beach frolicking. Mostly known for its bustling dinner scene, we actually prefer this restaurant by day with its sparse lunch crowd and casual approach to Greek cuisine. Meals begin with a generous presentation of homemade breads and hummus, followed by golden-fried calamari or crisp house salads. Main entrees include numerous pasta and raviolis dishes with Greek twists like caper and sun-dried tomato sauces. An in-house barbecue specializes in mixed grill presentations of beef and fresh fish.
Dressed-up beach club on Psarou Beach offers hip and refined Greek cuisine for summer residents and visiting socialites.