A popular and well-managed taverna, 20 minutes' drive from Myrina in the village of Sardes, just north of Therma. Traditional country dishes include rooster, goat and pork stews, along with excellent local cheeses a…
This unassuming little ouzerie by the bus depot is the local favourite for seafood. From kydonia (mussels with garlic and Venus clams) to sea urchins, crayfish and more, ‘To En-dheka’ (as it’s pronounced) serves all…
In the main square of Platy, 2km east of Myrina, O Sozos excels in traditional Greek fare. Specialities include kokkaras flomaria (rooster served with pasta), lamb and dolmadhes.
The large taverna on the seafront in Moudros cooks outstanding fish soup in addition to Aegean seafood standards.
Homemade pasta, good Limni wine and excellent mayirefta dishes, with an emphasis on meat, are served at this iconic place under two majestic plane trees, halfway along the agora's main street.
Popular with visiting Greeks and airbase personnel, this upmarket seafront taverna is heaving at weekends when it roasts a whole lamb or goat. Seafood dishes are excellent any day of the week.
Near the end of the waterfront, To Limanaki serves up well-priced fresh seafood and late-night meat grills, along with cheery service and good Limnos wine.
A waterfront favourite known for well-prepared fresh fish at decent per-kilo prices. It also has postcard-worthy sunset views across the sea to Mt Athos.
This modern eatery and takeaway with a nice seafront terrace serves large portions of salads and pasta, as well as omelettes, crepes and waffles.
The last eatery along the waterfront, O Glaros commands the best view of the small harbour.