A friendly gathering point. As well as snacks there’s a range of breakfast fare from €4 to €6. At night Kalamia becomes a very sociable bar.
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Pretend you've come for the coffee (which is, in fact, excellent) but really indulge in the cakes, tarts and crepes. The homemade ice cream is divine – try fig or pistachio. Here since 1967, this place is a fixture on the main square.
Occupying a small corner in the Old Town, this cafe is big on flavour. Come for breakfast to try kiwi and basil smoothies, almond butter banana milkshakes; fresh bread with local cheese, strawberries, pistachio and honey; or quinoa granola with fig jam. At night, the wholesomeness makes way for cocktails.
A colourful little cafe in the main street, Akbar has mezedhes and fresh salads, as well as breakfast (€7 to €12). It does sandwiches as well as sweet crepes and ice cream.
Just opposite Akbar, it’s a local rendezvous for breakfasts (€7.50) as well as salads and pizzas. It’s also a bakery and makes pastries, including baklava and walnut pie.
A cheerful waterfront cafe, the Marina does a mean hamburger and other snacks. It has free wi-fi, and internet at €2 per hour.
Tucked down a small alley in the Old Town, this casual restaurant exudes wholesomeness. Attached to a shop selling local products, the food is straightforward and fresh, comprising crepes, sandwiches, burgers, pastas and salads. Also has a long smoothie and cocktail list. Dine outside under a canopy of trees.
Camp decor goes with the quirky name (inspired by a surreal dream, apparently) of this little eatery that is a vegetarian’s delight, while catering for meat eaters as well.
Tiny and popular, this cafe spills out onto Market St. Breakfasts, filling salads, snacks and sandwiches fill your belly while plenty of lively conversation and music fills the air until the early hours.
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Come here to chill out next to the beach over brunches, sandwiches and wraps. Choose from a huge number of smoothies with names like Grandma's Garden, Bloody Carrot and Sunset Crush. The hangover smoothies are sworn by; and they've got alco-smoothies for when you're feeling well again.
Fresh, bright colours make this cheerful waterfront cafe-bar a good spot for breakfast, coffee and evening drinks. Breakfasts are from €4 to €6.
Top-notch breakfasts, crepes and people-watching.
There are no linen-draped tables at this immaculate wayside outlet, but the food is first class and ranges from Mykonian pies to a mouth-watering selection of sandwich fillings that include local prosciutto, manouri (soft cheese), smoked local ham, smoked eel and crab. There’s a delicious chicken-salad version with parmesan, sundried tomatoes and cucumber.
Fresh flowers, friendly staff and protection from the north wind.