Overall the food in Mykonos didn’t blow me away.
Most evenings we ate on Ornos beach which was a lazy stroll away from our hotel. We never had a bad meal but at the same time we never had an amazing meal, you know, worth writing home about. That was until we found Appagio.
Appagio sits on the west side of Ornos bay. A small scattering of tables cover the seafront. They serve up some of the freshest fish on the island with a smile, a song and a pat on the back.
We sat on painted chairs with the sea lapping at our feet.
They covered our little table with Greek goodness…
Freshly cooked bread and an array of local tasters.
Bread smothered in fresh tomato, garlic and olive oil.
I went for seafood pasta. A generous helping of fresh prawns, mussels, and clams in a beautifully balanced tomato and white wine sauce with lashings of garlic. Absolute perfection.
Sophs went for a fresh tuna steak. It was ever so slightly too salty for her taste for lovely none the less.
When we’d finished our wine we said our goodnights to the staff and headed to bed, through the winding paths of Ornos.
I can’t recommend Appagio enough. The service was the best of our entire stay, we were made to feel welcome and comfortable in our surroundings. The location is sublime, there is nowhere better to kick back with an icey cold glass of white wine and watch the sunset. It’s pretty darn perfect.
Link to the webiste here, head down early doors and make sure to grab one of the seafront tables.