There's no phone and you'll need a car and some patience to find it from town, but Kiki's is one of the most famous eateries on Mykonos located in Agios Sostis Beach along the North of the island. In a less traveled part of the island, this acclaimed seafood eatery offers legendary lunch service of seafood dishes often caught on the same morning they are served. The simple rustic space is no more than a communal kitchen with covered outdoor terrace surrounded in white plaster walls and thatch roof.
While Kiki herself has long left the restaurant to her trusted managers and chefs to return to her native Sweden, a menu of incredibly high-standards still prevails for the all-day lunch service. Fresh salads are a tough thing to come by on Mykonos as almost no farming exists on the island, except for a few locally sourced gardens that provide buttered lettuces and fresh tomatoes for classic Greek salads topped with giant olives and fresh feta. Seafood dishes come close to perfection for wood-grilled specialties like octopus, calamari and swordfish in addition to traditional meat and chicken dishes.
The crowd couldn’t be cuter, a collection of shirtless Greeks with abs of perfection and their bikini clad girlfriends wrapped in colorful sarongs atop 6-inch platforms.